Real Food Farm, A Project of Civic Works



About Our Farm
Real Food Farm is Civic Works’ innovative urban agricultural enterprise engaged in growing fresh produce on eight acres in northeast Baltimore. Since breaking ground in October 2009, the farm has been busy growing food, educating youth, partnering with community organizations, and bringing more real food to northeast Baltimore neighborhoods. The farm utilizes both high tunnels and open fields to grow seasonal produce on two different sites: Clifton Park and Perlman Place. In addition to growing annual farmers’ market standards such as tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, spinach, etc.,  Real Food Farm also experiments with a handful of perennial crops such as mushrooms, fruit trees, berries, and more.

To work toward a just and sustainable food system by improving neighborhood access to healthy food, providing experience-based education, and developing an economically viable, environmentally responsible local agriculture sector.

Farmer Profile: Kevin
Kevin is a former BCPS teacher who is passionate about using education to share information about farming and food justice with his neighbors in Baltimore. His favorite produce is cherry tomatoes, and RFF’s Bucket-the-cat gives Kevin two paws up. 

Where We Grow
Clifton Park Site: 2801 St. Lo Drive, Baltimore, MD 21213

Baltimore, MD 21213

Baltimore, MD 21213

Where We Sell
Mobile Farmers Market: Market stops are throughout Baltimore City
from May-November at Community/Senior Centers, WIC Clinics, Schools, and more! Home Deliveries are available upon request in select neighborhoods.
Community Supported Agriculture: Completely customizable weekly shares are available May through December for pick up in Downtown, Charles Village, Roland Park, and Clifton Park.
Restaurants and institutions: As available.

Volunteer Opportunities
We always welcome volunteers to participate along side us in farming activities!
Wednesdays from 9am – 12pm at Clifton Park Site
3rd Saturdays from 9am – 12pm at Clifton Park Site

Other Programming
– Field Trips
– Workshops
– Service Learning Opportunities
– Afterschool Farm Club
– Summer Youth Jobs: Mission Thrive Summer and Baltimore Conservation Leaderships Corps

For more details about additional programs available, check out our website.