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Baltimore Free Farm Needs Your Help

Baltimore Free Farm Needs Your Help

The Baltimore Free Farm (BFF) is a program created to promote sustainable food and energy programs in Baltimore City.  Near the Ash Street Community Garden, the group’s flagship project, the BFF has acquired a warehouse they plan to use as a place to store materials, work on projects for the garden,  hold musical events and as a general meeting space.

The warehouse is in disrepair and BBF is asking for your help in rehabilitating the structure with Kickstarter, an online fundraiser site.  The Baltimore Free Farm is hoping to raise $10,000 to repair the warehouse.  An individual can pledge anything from $1 to the full amount.  The BFF will only get the money if the entire amount is raised.  BFF has until December 30th to raise $10,000

CLICK HERE to make a pledge for the Baltimore Free Farm.

Examples of projects from the Baltimore Free Farm:

Ash Street Community Garden – A place where community members can learn to grow their own food in individual plots.

Hampden RE-Cycle – Salvaging parts, building and repairing bikes, and teaching others skills to increase the use of carbon free modes of transportation.

Strange Folks – A series of musical concerts held at the garden to publicize the project and bring the community together.

Beekeeping – With the assistance of Baltimore Honey.

To learn more about the Baltimore Free Farm, activities they offer and their fundraising efforts, CLICK HERE.

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Post Update: Congratulations to the Baltimore Free Farm for reaching their funraising goal!

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