Farmers markets

come visit us at market!

Saturdays @ the Chevy Chase Farmers Market 9AM-1PM (Year-Round)

Sundays @ the Frederick City Farmers Market 9AM-1PM (May-November)

join our csa

2018 half and full community supported AGRICULTURE shares available

We have a limited number of summer CSA shares available for purchase as the season unfolds. Each share is for 20 weeks of seasonal vegetables, picked up at a convenient location for our members. Pay a simple one time fee and we deliver a box of delicious vegetables each week from early June to late October (June 2nd to October 13th). This program enables the farm to purchase seeds, build infrastructure, and keep our business operational while your food is growing happily in the market garden. Full share boxes are packed with $30 of produce, half shares are $15. We try our best to plan our season for maximum variety in each box. The CSA program lets our community invest in our work, and share in the risk and reward of farming. If we have a crop failure, the boxes may be lean that week. If our programs work out as planned, we share the abundance with our members.  Click here to order your farm share, memberships are limited and will fill up quickly!

Spring: Salads! Beets, chard, kale, cabbage,  broccoli, turnips, snap peas, beans, chives, herbs, collards, asian greens, arugula, spinach, radish etc.

Summer: Salads, beans, carrots, cucumber, tomato, sweet peppers, eggplant, squash, cantaloupe, watermelon, sweet corn, potato, onion, sweet potato, etc.

Fall: Salads, winter squash (butternut, acorn, spaghetti), beets, chard, kale, cabbage, broccoli, turnips, peas, beans, chives, herbs, collards, asian greens, arugula, spinach, radish etc.

*We try our best to grow the largest variety of produce per season, but we must plan ahead for the unexpected. We may aggregate small amounts of produce from other local, trusted growers (Pleasant Hill Produce, 78 Acres Farm, Lewis Orchards) to ensure diversity and customer satisfaction in our CSA shares. We believe that farms can help support other farms and we all are susceptible to tragedy.