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Living at Destiny Hill Farm

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Destiny Hill Farm is a 137-acre farm on South Main Street in Washington, Pennsylvania.  Situated minutes from the I-70 and I-79 exits, the farm overlooks historic Washington and showcases the beauty of the Pittsburgh region.  Destiny Hill Farm is owned by locals Jim and Nancy Cameron. After raising their four children, Justin, Faith, Joel and Zach in McMurray, Pennsylvania Jim and Nancy decided to buy Nancy's family farm. The farm has been in Nancy’s family since 1941 when her grandparents, B.E. and Mary York bought the property and originally ran dairy cattle.

Today, Destiny Hill Farm is the home of Jim and Nancy along with their three horses, two cats, and the Farm Mascot, Luther, the mini donkey. In the spring of 2011 the farm was transformed into a lavender, fresh cut flower and berry farm, as well as a seasonal event center hosting large weddings and corporate events.  The Farm also has a full service floral design studio incorporating the farm's fresh cut flowers.

Jim and Nancy are golf, skiing and horse enthusiasts who love the beauty of nature.  After enjoying their daughter Faith's outdoor wedding they decided to open their farm to guests for weddings and events.

Farmers Jim and Nancy thank Penn State Extension for sending them on the correct path!

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