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"Workshop with Peter Donovan at ECOCity Farms" exploring relationships between carbon and water in the soil and atmosphere.

A one-day workshop will take place on April 17th at the Bladensburg Farm (6100 Emerson Street, Bladensburg, MD 20710

Participants will walk away with a deep understanding of carbon and water cycling on farmland, how to measure and monitor water-holding carbon in your soil, track changes in soil productivity and soil health.
For questions and RSVP contact: Gabrielle grovegno@ecocityfarms.org.

Out of the Fire

Amy Haines

Enjoy life, enjoy each other, eat well
and don't forget:
"Life is too short to drink bad wine."
Experience Mission

To create a dining experience utilizing interesting and high quality ingredients chosen with integrity on all levels and provided by like-minded producers and growers.

Social Mission

To recognize the impact of all of our decisions as it pertains to environmental and social awareness and make responsible decisions that positively impact our local and global community.

Nage

Rehoboth Beach
Find out why all of the locals in Rehoboth love Nage!

Great Food.
Great Prices.
No Attitude.

We have built our business on one principle: give the people what they want, treat them right and they will come back.

Watermen's Inn, Crisfield

Brian Julian and Kathy Berezoski

Brian Julian and Kathy Berezoski have owned & operated The Watermen's Inn in Crisfield, Maryland since the summer of 1988. Both have Associate Degree(s) in Culinary Arts from Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island. Kathy has an additional Associate Degree in Pastry Arts and a Bachelor's Degree in Food Service Management. After graduating in the early 1980's, Brian and Kathy have each had several experiences along the eastern seaboard before returning to Kathy's home on the Eastern Shore.

SoBo's Wine Beerstro

Southern Boys Concepts

In December 2006 SoBo’s Wine Bistro, the third of John and Tom Knorr’s restaurants opened to rave reviews. SoBo’s is smaller concept restaurant for the Knorrs, with the focus being on great food and wine with a bit of an upscale flare. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable and the atmosphere is warm and intimate.

Featuring a progressive wine list with 100 New World wines makes it easy and fun to select something that will please anyone, from the novice to the most experienced pallet. A 20 for $20 list offers wines at a great value and encourages experimentation. At SoBo’s we believe that wine is made for drinking and have selected wines and priced them in such a way that encourages guests to do just that.

Provident Organic Farm

Jay Martin

Provident Organic Farm has been managed organically by Jay Martin for 26 years.

Provident grows a large selection of seasonal vegetables year round utilizing season extension tools and techniques including passive solar greenhouses for winter production.

We also access produce from local organic growers to sell in our 3 farmers markets.

Calliope Organic Farm

Lisa Garfield & Patrick Buckingham

Calliope Farm is a small-scale family operated farm on the Eastern Shore of Maryland with 2-3 acres of organically grown fruits, vegetables, and sprouts. We primarily grow open pollinated, heirloom, and regional varieties as well as some well-adapted ethnic and exotic varieties, all chosen for qualities of flavor and nutrition, as well as for the ability to save to our own seed. Our approach to farming is based on the desire to sustain the land that sustains us. We do this by caring for and improving the soil with the use of cover crops, mineral amendments and compost. We are also home to a small flock of laying hens, two horses, 4 barn-cats, and will soon be joined by two Nubian dairy goats.
We believe passionately in the original ideals and philosophies of organic farming, and so are NOT certified organic by the USDA, but have chosen to be Certified Naturally Grown, a grassroots alternative that is truer to the needs of small, diversified, direct-market farms. such as our own.

YUM fresh local cafe

Restaurant, catering and parties...

The place for local*vores, we use local produce and food products in our healthy mainly vegetarian fare.Our small batch gelati and sorbet are entirely natural and off the charts tasty, with flavors like Chocolate truffle, fresh garden mint, pink grapefruit, lemon curd, ginger and amaretto. We make tasty soups, quiche and zippy salads, along with our signature melts and bowlies.

As artists, John and Dana want the presentation of the food to be as lovely as it's taste- so there is always an extra attention, garnish, and fresh fruit along with great tunes, and a nice parade of devoted diners in the colorful, spacious riverfront cafe. Chesapeake East full of local art, craft and handmade soaps and jewelry and PIY; paint it yourself ceramics are our sister-shops.

Our summer hours are Tues-Friday 11am-5pm, serving dinner on Thursdays. Come September, we'll be open Mon-Sat, 10-5, Thursday dinner.

Find us: 501 West Main Street, Salisbury, MD. Park out back for free. 410.546.1534 Facebook too.

Bethany Beach Farmers Market

Dan Costello

The Bethany Beach Farmers’ Market brings an abundance of fresh locally grown produce from the fields of Sussex County to the shores of the Atlantic. Each Sunday morning during the summer season the historic and charming seaside town of Bethany Beach, Delaware, is transformed into a vibrant marketplace teeming with locals and visitors alike experiencing the colors, tastes, textures and aromas unique to this coastal-agricultural community.

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