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Good Earth Market

Susan Ryan & Susan Maddox

Good Earth Market & Organic Farm welcomes you to stop in and step into an experience that will nourish your body and your spirit. Cross the patio, open the door and feast your eyes on the vibrant colors of just-picked organic fruits and berries. Savor the mouth-watering flavors of vegetables still warm from the vine. Pick up some healthful, wholesome produce for your dinner table.At Good Earth Market our organic food waits only for the chef and the recipe to be transformed into a celebration of the senses and the seasons.

20th Annual MOFFA Winter Meeting

Event Date: 
02/19/2011 (All day)

What do oysters and honey have in common? They are two of the diverse agricultural products that come from Maryland! You can learn more from Maryland producers at the Maryland Organic Food and Farming Association Winter Meeting: Focusing on diversity of farms and showcasing the variety of agricultural enterprises in Maryland. Whether you are a consumer or distributor looking for good sources of local organic food, or a farmer or gardener in search of new ideas, techniques and inspiration, the MOFFA Winter Meeting has something for you. Come on out
and join us!

State of the Organic Union

Check out this article by Maria Rodale in the Atlantic Monthly.

The Good Farm

Organic growing is everything to me.

I started my journey with organic growing four years ago. It is a full-time passion, hobby, exercise, lifestyle, mindset; and part time job. My produce has been purchased by restaurants, a health food store, traded to restaurants, used as landscape and interior decoration, bartered to a commercial fisherman for seafood, given to friends, and it feeds my ducks and chickens on occasion.

Homestead Farms

Homestead farms Inc (HFI) is an organic, community supported, first generation family farm in Millington, MD. Our passion is growing authentic, certified organic food and our commitment is to sustainable, organic farming, public outreach, and education. Each year we market our vegetables through a Community Supported Agriculture shareholder service throughout Maryland. These folks participate in the community by coming to our three annual events, bringing children, friends and family along to enjoy the farm activities. Each person who experiences the farm gains knowledge of what it takes to farm sustainably and organically, how their food is produced, and develops a relationship with the community of shareholders.

A Sign From Above

Kim Collier

Organically cared for fruits (apples, cherries, asian pears) & vegetables. Homemade goodies like salsa, cookies and quick breads. Eggs from Free-roaming chickens. Handmade fresh evergreen centerpieces for the holiday season and seasonal jams.

Berlin Branch Library Demonstration Garden

The library garden is a community project to demonstrate sustainable, chemical-free gardening to the public. Produce will be donated to local organizations serving our neighbors in need and used in library programming.
Partners include Worcester County Master Gardeners and Maryland Coastal Bays Program. Local businesses, Berlin Farm and Home (Southern States), Selbyville Pet and Garden and Adkins Company have all generously donated materials to this project.

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