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FARMER's MARKETS & CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture)

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.

Greenbranch Farm

Ted Wycall

We are a small, family owned farm currently specializing in a wide variety of vegetables and berries. We also raise grass-fed/ grass-finished beef cattle, pastured pigs, pastured poultry,and eggs from pastured, free ranging chickens. Added hormones, antibiotics, and synthetic pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers have absolutely no place in our farming practices.

Community Organics

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Community Organics offers folks in lower Delaware delicious and healthy produce, herbs, and eggs. We grow everything according to the high standards of Certified Naturally Grown. Please look around our site and let us know if there is anything we can help you with.

Community Organics is a small farm located near Greenwood, Delaware. We grow a wide variety of vegetables, most of which are heirloom and open-pollinated varieties. We are committed to organic principles and are Certified Naturally Grown, a national program in which member farmers hold each other accountable for the integrity of their growing practices. Our soil quality is a key focus for us. We have paid attention not only to fertility needs, but also to trace elements and minerals. Community Organics' basic operating principle is that human health is dependent on the balance and health of the soil that our food comes from. We are happy to share the specifics of our growing practices, so let us know if you have any questions.

Fifer Orchards

Michael Fennemore

In 1919, a Virginia farmer named Charles F. Fifer fell in love with the land of central Delaware. Upon discovering the moderate
I climate and hearty soil of this agriculturally rich region, he bought 3 farms - one near Milford, one near Rising Sun, and one a 1/2 mile west of Wyoming - and moved his family to a new home and a new life. Soon, he was growing apples, peaches, pears, and grapes. These were shipped to faraway points from the Wyoming train station.

Camden Avenue Farmers' Market

Jay Martin

We are the Camden Avenue Farmers Market located on Camden Avenue in the Asbury Church parking lot, Salisbury Md. 21801. We are a year round market featuring organic produce, artisan and European style breads, pasture raised meats, eggs and dairy products, local honey, jams, jellies and sweet treats, local oysters and clams, medicinal herbs and seasonal fruits and flowers.We are there every Tuesday afternoon year round. Our hours are 3-6 p.m. from April thru November and 2:30 till 5:30 December thru March.

Cottingham Farm

Cleo Braver

Our produce is available through our CSA with pick-up points in Bethesda and Easton, Easton Market Square, certain Whole Foods and other niche markets and is on the menu at Eastern Shore, Baltimore, Washington and Annapolis restaurants which feature fresh, local and sustainably produced ingredients.

Taylor's Fresh Organics

Robert Taylor

Fresh from Our Family to Yours Our family farm is dedicated to providing a healthy all natural food source, protecting our precious environment, providing a helping hand to those in need, and building a sustainable future for our family, friends, neighbors, and community.Taylor’s Fresh Organics is a family farm located between Federalsburg, MD and Bridgeville, DE, right along the Maryland-Delaware State Line. Taylor’s Fresh Organics is owned and operated by Bobby, Janna, and their three sons, Austin, Gage, and Kane. The Taylor Family has been farming for five generations on the Eastern Shore, raising livestock and growing vegetables and grain. Bobby Taylor has been farming for ten years on his own, raising many different vegetables and grains conventionally.



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