Farm Alliance of Baltimore

5500 Harford Road
Suite 205
Baltimore
MD 21214

Farm Alliance of Baltimore

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Farm Alliance of Baltimore (formerly know as Hamilton Crop Circle) is a farm in northeast Baltimore that grows vegetables year-round and provides many activities for communities in Baltimore. Programs include a local composting program with area restaurants, rooftop gardening in the city, feeding the hungry through partnerships with Our Daily Bread and the Baltimore Farmers Market, and developing microfarms at local schools to educate young people about growing food.

Member of the Farm Alliance, a network of urban farms dedicated to improving the viability of farming in Baltimore City and increasing access to healthy, city-grown foods.
http://www.farmalliancebaltimore.org.

(910) 200-9181
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