About the Farm
Bon Secours Urban Farm is a non-profit farm dedicated to improving health outcomes in 21223. We serve our community by focusing on youth gardening, nutrition education, food distribution, and a mobile farmer’s market. The farm sits on a 1/8-acre that was previously 14 vacant lots. The site now contains a nursery, 2 hoop houses, and a community garden.
Our efforts are made possible through our partnership with Future Baltimore.
Make fresh produce available to our community, while providing education on nutrition and agriculture and to create better health outcomes for members of our community.
Timothy Douglas has been farming for over 5 years in Baltimore City. Mentored by Warren and Lavette Blue of The Greener Garden he is now the farm manager at Bon Secours Urban Farm. Timothy enjoys growing root crops and working with the community to bring life and energy to a once blighted space.
Gerilyn Lackey has been farming for 4+ years in the Baltimore and surrounding areas. She got her start working at school gardens and at Great Kids Farm. Additionally, holding seasonal positions on farms outside of Baltimore have given her a well-rounded approach to farming. Gerilyn is passionate about the arts and environmental justice. Her favorite crops to grow are peppers and flowers.
Where We Grow
1800 W. Fayette St. Baltimore, MD, 21223
Where We Sell
Find our produce at our Mobile Market on select dates. Additionally, we distribute the majority of produce to CSA members.
Volunteer With Us!
Contact Tim Douglas for information. (410) 801-5135 email@example.com
Community events on nutrition and wellness, community school partnerships, community garden, workforce development program