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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.

Nice Farms Creamery

Robert Miller

Nice Farms Creamery, LLC is located on the 201 acre Miller and Tanner Dairy Farm in American Corner, Maryland. This Creamery is owned and operated by Bob Miller. The dairy farm has been in operation in Caroline County since 1989 when Bob's parents, Robert R. Miller and Chase Tanner relocated their dairy cows from New Jersey. For 20 years, the herd has been pastured on 118 acres.

These cows, Holsteins and Holstein crosses, produce high quality, all natural milk for the Creamery's yogurt and Cream-line milk products produced on site. Browse our website to learn more about the Creamery's Products, Community Supported Agriculture on the Eastern Shore, benefits of milk from pastured cows, and more about one of the few remaining small, family operated dairies left on Maryland's Eastern Shore.

Cutfresh Organics, LLC

Aaron Cooper

At our farm we deliver a weekly supply of vegetables directly to the customer's door. These are either picked during the growing season and stored, or picked fresh for delivery.

We're somewhat different from other "CSA" type farms because we offer a consistent supply of typical cooking and salad vegetables all year long --- not just during the warmer 6 months of the year. In addition, we offer the familiar warm season "Produce Stand" crops during their optimum growing seasons.

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.

Baron's Naturally Grown Produce

Baron Rogers

Alternative Phone #: 757-660-5592

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.

Ficner's Farm

Loretta Ficner

Everything that we grow is top grade, served right to you! Our farm is just about 50 acres located near the small town of Leipsic, out in the country, but still in reach, just two miles from Route 13 and the Cheswold light. We are open on the farm from Mid May through November with our strawberries in the early spring delicious mouth watering sweet corn in the summer through fall and then our huge heads of cauliflower, broccoli, and cabbage. We participate in four farmers' markets including Rehoboth Beach Farmers' Market, Historic Lewes Farmers' Market, Georgetown Farmers' Market, and Legislative Mall Farmers' Market in down town Dover.
At our farm you can find seasonable produce from mid spring to late fall! Get what you need for your vegetable desires.

Longridge Gardens

Terry Jordan

Longridge Gardens is currently a small but growing market garden. We attend 3 Farmers Markets a week from April through December. Since starting in the spring of 2001, Longridge Gardens has grown in production and knowledge to bring to these markets the finest in home-grown, hand-picked flowers, herbs, salad greens and select vegetables.

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.



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