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Emily Black - Resident Attack Dog

Most days I can be found following Steve around the farm, or hiding under Angela's desk during 'groundhog eradication'. My favorite thing in the world is to roll in mud puddles by the compost piles and then beg to get back inside so I can lay on the carpet!

Melissa Harmel - Nursery Manager

My main focus at Raemelton Farm is integrated pest management as well as research and equipment operation. If you noticed, after purchasing trees from us, how disease and pest free they are, you have me to thank! It’s a bug-eat-tree world out there, and I’m committed to producing the highest quality trees for our customers. After all the research, development, and pest tracking I will be killing weeds, mowing, planting something, or loading trees with my new Wacker Neuson!

Steve Black

I started Raemelton Farm in 2004 with the hope that we could grow stunning trees using the most efficient and sustainable farming practices. We’re getting there. If you give me the chance I’ll talk your ear off about the latest in sensor-driven application technology, tropical grass cover crop varieties, or the latest low-impact pesticide. We are all proud of what we do at the farm—come see for yourself.

Angela Keefer - Sales & Marketing Manager

I love any excuse to get outside on my bike at the farm, so please call me with tree requests as often as possible, or for anything really, just help keep me from doing office work! My background is in Architecture and Landscape Design, so if you're ever wondering how to use a particular tree we grow, let me know and I'm sure I can help!

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2313 New Design Road     Adamstown, MD 21710             Phone: 240-416-0714   /    717-496-5887          Fax: 301-990-9125

steve@raemelton.com

angela@raemelton.com

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Joel Black

I have an uncanny ability to hear the grass grow from hundreds of miles away! I help out with the equipment operation at the farm, anything from mowing to planting trees. I also impart my many years of wisdom from managing my horse farm back in Ohio.

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