Baltimore County farmers and producers have again come together to offer the community high-quality local in-season fruit and vegetables, pork, wine, flowers, cheese, herbs, ice cream, and more. The Baltimore County Farmers Market, conveniently located with free parking at the Maryland State Fairgrounds Main Gate, north side of the digital sign, will take place every Wednesday, June 7 – October 25, 10 AM – 1 PM.
The Baltimore County Farmers Market at the Maryland State Fairgrounds is authorized to accept Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP), WIC Fruit & Vegetable, and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Stamps.
“Our market offers high-quality, fresh from the farm produce, flowers, and more,” said Baltimore County Farmers Market Manager Bill Langlotz. “A variety of fresh in-season fruit and vegetables starting with strawberries, asparagus, spinach, lettuce, spring onions and more will be available each week. Pork and eggs are just a few of the other featured local items. It makes me hungry just to talk about it” added Langlotz.
Make sure not to miss the many traditional and unusual amateur & professional farm and garden exhibits at the Maryland State Fair: August 25th – August 27th, September 1st – 4th, September 8th – 10th
During the Fair, the Baltimore County Farmers Market will open from noon to 6 PM in the Fair’s Farm & Garden building.
For more information, contact Baltimore County Farmers Market at 410-207-2165. See you there!
If you’ve been having a hard time finding great-tasting pork that’s raised humanely, then you are in the right place. Crooked Creek Farm is run by Mike and Tiffany Schleupner along with some help from their two young daughters. We started this farm to raise livestock without growth enhancers/antibiotics. Our goal is to use as few inputs as possible to produce naturally grown food that is healthy and tastes great!
The farm, in Pylesville, Maryland consists of open fields, some thick woods, and open, savannah-like woodlands. Broad Creek twists and turns through the back half of the property as it makes its way to the Susquehanna River. These twists and turns are how Crooked Creek Farm got its name.
Daily Crisis Farm was started by the Vaughan Family approximately 30 years ago with one John Deere tractor, 14 acres and 7 milk cows. It is well known for its variety of fresh, delicious products, in particular its homemade cheese made with 100% Daily Crisis hormone and preservative free whole raw milk.
Harford Vineyard and Winery is located in the heart of the Piedmont wine trail region and was founded in the spring of 2003. Since then, we have continued to grow and expand the business to meet the needs of a wide range of customers from the home wine-maker to the wine enthusiast who simply enjoys a good glass of wine in a beautiful, rolling vineyard setting. For more information visit us at HarfordVineyard.com!
Residing in Kingsville, MD near the scenic Little Gunpowder Falls, the Dilworth Family has been providing a vast array of quality fruits and vegetables to the Chesapeake Region for six generations. The Dilworth Family sells at farmer’s markets around the area including, White Marsh and Baltimore. Restaurant inquiries and special orders call 410-592-7760. Roadside market open mid-May through October – 12:30 pm to 5:30 pm – Tuesday-Saturday; Sunday 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.
A small gourmet dessert café that is a small batch from scratch bakery, pastry shop and café with a passion for all things sweet and savory!