We are always happy to share what we have learned so please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions. That said, we're still learning! Here's a list of some of our favorite resources.

Local Resources | Online Resources | Recommended Books

Local Resources

The Farm Alliance of Baltimore City is a growing organization with a diverse range of member farms, all located within Baltimore City. They are working to increase food access and food justice within Baltimore City. FABC has a market stand at the Waverly/32nd Street Farmers Market every Saturday from 7am-noon--an excellent place to pick up locally-grown foods and find out more about the organization!

Future Harvest CASA is an organization that provides small farmer support in the Midatlantic region, including an annual conference (January) and a Beginner Farmer Training Program (Emma was a BFTP trainee in 2016).

Online resources

This Facebook group has a wealth of community information about market gardening (what we do). Market Gardening Success Group

The guy who wrote the book on market gardening - JM Fortier.

Curtis Stone “The Urban Farmer" (Youtube channel)

Young Farmers Coalition

Already farming? Educational legal resources specifically for farmers: Farm Commons

Experience is one of the best ways to learn. Good Food Jobs is an excellent job hunting site for farm- and food-related apprenticeships and careers.

Recommended Books

Epitaph for a Peach (David Mas Masumoto)

The One Straw Revolution (Masanobu Fukuoka)

The Market Gardener (Jean-Martin Fortier and Marie Bilodeau)

The Lean Farm: How to Minimize Waste, Increase Efficiency, and Maximize Value and Profits with Less Work (Ben Hartman)

The Resilient Gardener: Food Production and Self-Reliance in Uncertain Times (Carole Deppe)

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