Welcome to Oak Spring Farm!
A woman-owned farm providing Weekly Organic Veggie Delivery to CSA, markets and restaurants in Baltimore City & Baltimore County
Know your Farmer, Know Your Food.
It’s Time to Live YOUR Best Life. Connect with your community. and feel truly nourished.
Discover the thrill of prepping, cooking & eating farm fresh veggies all season long.
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Learn about customization options for our weekly organic produce shares.
The Oak Spring Farm Whole season CSA is 24 weeks (May-November) of fresh Certified Organic vegetables with an egg, cheese, flower & fruit add-on share.
New to CSA?
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Sign up for 2023 Whole season CSA is OPEN!
Oak Spring Farm is a small vegetable farm in Freeland, Maryland, northern Baltimore County. Just 5 miles off I-83, it’s easily accessible from Baltimore City, Baltimore, Carroll and Harford counties and southern PA.
We are a profitable, organic farm serving the Baltimore community high quality vegetables and humanely raised eggs.
Our Vision is to educate and inspire our community to spend their food dollars locally to nourish their families, our community and our environment.
- Customer Service
- High Quality
Our CSA includes heirloom and specialty vegetables and some fruit.
We are committed to being Certified Organic and have been since 2013.
In 2020 we were invited to join the Real Organic Project. This is an add-on certification for Certified Organic farms and we are proud to be included.
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.
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