About Our Farm
The farm was started in 2010 on a half-acre lot in the center of Baltimore City. Our goal is to nurture a beautiful and bountiful space in which flowers, fruit, vegetables, herbs, insects, birds, and humans live harmoniously, and to share knowledge and community.
We are a diverse community of individuals residing in Greenmount/Station North and beyond in Baltimore City, who consider Hidden Harvest to be a co-operative of co-operatives, including a vegetable garden co-op, natural dye garden collective, bee and orchard stewards, chicken co-op, and a compost co-op. There are many friends and neighbors of the farm who spend time in our beautiful green space and help to tend it as a community space, too.
Our goal is to nurture a beautiful and bountiful space in which flowers, fruit, vegetables, herbs, insects, birds, and humans live harmoniously, and to share knowledge and community.
Where We Grow
Our farm is located in the Station North Arts District/Greenmount West Neighborhood on Calvert Street between North Ave. and Lafayette St.
Where We Sell
Most of our produce is distributed to our volunteers and community. We also sell at the collective table at the Waverly Farmers Market with other members of the Farm Alliance.
Volunteer With Us!
For volunteer opportunities, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Weather permitting, we have regular work days open to volunteers on Wednesdays from 10am-1pm and Saturdays from 10am-1pm. During the winter months, work days are more sporadic, so please inquire in advance!