Welcome to Oak Spring Farm!
A woman-owned farm providing certified organic produce to CSA, markets and restaurants in Baltimore
Find out what’s new for 2019! – with our new customization options.
Discover the thrill of eating locally grown, lovingly harvested organic vegetables throughout the season. Buying from a local farmer means that you’re getting food that’s healthy, delicious, sustainable, and environmentally conscious. Knowing exactly where your food comes from gives you a connection to the earth that translates into a better community, a healthier body and a happier life.
The Oak Spring Farm CSA is 28 weeks of fresh Certified Organic vegetables and fruits. If you’ve belonged to a CSA you know the satisfaction and delight of freshly picked seasonal produce. If you haven’t belonged to a CSA join the good food revolution and sign up now.
What is a CSA?
CSA or Community Sponsored Agriculture where members pay all or part of a share price up front to secure a weekly portion of fresh, seasonal produce throughout the growing season. It is a win-win situation. The farmer gets capital when it’s most needed and the member gets the freshest, produce available while supporting a small, local business.
From The Blog
Oak Spring Farms is partnering with Harvie to customize CSA weekly shares based on your preferences. By rating the different vegetables available this season with a ranking of 0-5, Harvie's software platform will customize your weekly vegetable boxes based on your...read more
What does being in a CSA really mean? If the thought of joining a CSA overwhelms or intimidates you, then read on! This blog is for you! You probably know CSA means Community Supported Agriculture. You're familiar with the acronym; now let's talk about the details....read more
Ten years ago, living an urban Southern California lifestyle, if someone had said, “you’ll be running a farm, raising chickens and a busy CSA”, I would’ve laughed! And I do still chuckle a little at my reality of running this farm. I laugh at how happy I am and how...read more