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New Local Food Source

New Local Food Source

Image Courtesy of Real Food Farm

Real Food Farm, a new urban agriculture project in Northeast Baltimore’s Clifton Park, has opened a winter food stand.  They are offering turnips, radishes, arugula, spinach, kale, herbs, lettuce, and a mesclun salad mix at the Green School of Baltimore at 2800 Brendan Ave, off Belair Rd.

Vegetables sold at the stand are grown at Hoop Village on the Real Food Farm.  In October 2009, Real Food Farm created Hoop Village, a group of 3 agricultural hoophouses (impermanent greenhouses), as a source for local produce during winter months.  To learn more about Real Food Farm and Hoop Village, CLICK HERE.

Real Food Farm’s Winter Stand – Thursdays @ the Green School

Thursday, February 4; 3-6pm
Thursday, February 11; 3-6pm *Postponed*
Thursday, February 18; 3-6pm
Thursday, March 11; 3-6pm

Green School of Baltimore: 2800 Brendan Ave, off Belair Rd.
With support from Belair-Edison Neighborhood Inc.

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