Wild Peace Farm

 Organic vegetables × Freeland, md



The Farm

Wild Peace Farm is a small, certified organic vegetable farm located in Freeland, MD.  We grow a wide variety of seasonal vegetables.  We're working to provide fresh, nutritious food for our community in a way that's harmonious with the natural world around us. 

It's important to us to farm without the use of toxic pesticides or herbicides, without GMOs, and without a dependence on chemical fertilizers. We minimize our use of even organic pesticides; instead, we prefer to manage insect pests with physical barriers like row covers. This year we had success using parasitic wasps to help control bean beetles, so in the future we will experiment with using other beneficial insects.  We increase soil health with crop rotation, cover crops, organic soil amendments, and compost. Weed control is achieved with straw mulch, re-usable plastic ground cover, and mechanical and manual cultivation. We would be happy to talk to you about any of our farming practices if you're interested!

We are just beginning the exciting journey of building a vibrant, resilient, and efficient farm and are thankful to our community and customers for your support.

You can buy our produce at two local farmers markets and through our CSA.

Scroll down for more information on the CSA.



Sunday catonsville Market

730 Frederick Rd, Catonsville, MD, 21128
May 1- Nov 20, 2016
Sundays, 10am-1:30pm

Hereford Farm Market

17004 York Rd, Parkton, MD 21120
May 7-October 29, 2016
Saturdays, 9am-noon

Druid Hill Park Market

3100 Swann Dr, Baltimore, MD 21217
June 1- Sept 28, 2016
Wednesdays, 3:30pm-7:30pm

CSA: Community Supported Agriculture 

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. Members of a CSA support the farm by purchasing a share upfront, at the beginning of the year when farmers have the most expenses. In return, they receive a portion of the produce during harvest time. Being a CSA member allows you to support the local, sustainable agriculture while receiving fresh, nutritious produce each week.

How our CSA works

We provide you with a variety of produce each week of the harvest season (early-June to mid-November.) Scroll down to see a list of vegetables we grow. With Mother Nature comes uncertainty, but this is what you can expect to receive throughout the harvest season. You will notice that the types of vegetables will change with the seasons. During spring and fall, there will be more greens and root crops, while summer is full of heat-loving vegetables like tomatoes and peppers.

To sign up, click the Join button below and fill out the online form. We ask that you mail in your payment within two weeks of signing up. You'll be notified a few weeks in advance of the start date, which is dependent on spring weather.  Vegetables will be set aside for you at the pick-up site. Please bring along a few bags to cart home your veggies. If members are unable to pick up one of their weekly shares, we ask that they email us ahead of time. You can arrange for a friend or neighbor to pick up your share, but we do not offer refunds.

You can pick up your share on the farm or at our three local markets. 

CSA Options



On farm:New Location!

1305 Oakland Rd, Freeland, MD, 21053  
Thursdays, 1:30pm-7:30pm                                   

Sunday catonsville Market

730 Frederick Rd, Catonsville, MD, 21128
Sundays, 10am-1:30pm

Hereford Farm Market

17004 York Rd, Parkton, MD 21120
May 7-October 29, 2016

Druid Hill Park Market

3100 Swann Dr, Baltimore, MD 21217
Wednesdays, 3:30pm-7:30pm

Regular Share: Members pay $400 for the 25 week season (June-November) and receive 4-6 vegetables per week.

Large Share: Members pay $700 for the 25 week season (June-November) and receive 8-10 vegetables per week.

Discounts are available for signing up before December 31, 2015.


Spring greens CSA

Spring Greens CSA is full for 2016!! Our Spring Greens CSA is a new option for 2016! Members pay $80 for this 5 week session which runs from May 1- May 29.  Each week you'll receive 4-5 items, most of which will be- you guessed it- greens! Spring greens include: tatsoi, arugula, spinach, kale, chard, lettuce mix, head lettuce, boc choi, and more. We will also include radishes, Hakurei turnips, kohlrabi, scallions and other vegetables as available. The Spring Greens CSA is only available at our Sunday Catonsville site and at our on farm pick-up. Spring Greens CSA is full for 2016!! 

If you have questions, please contact us at


Vegetables we grow for our CSA and Markets

Head Lettuce         
Lettuce Mix                      
Snow Peas  
Bok Choi

Green Beans
Summer Squash


Hot Peppers
Sweet Peppers                

Heirloom Tomatoes    
Cherry Tomatoes         
Husk Cherries
Yellow Wax Beans
Delicata Squash                
Spaghetti Squash                  
Sweet Potatoes    
Acorn Squash
Brussels Sprouts
Sugar Snap Peas
Butternut Squash                           

For recipes check out our Pinterest page

The farmers

Hi, I'm Tamara, the full-time farmer at Wild Peace Farm. Farming is my passion and I'm so thankful that it's what I get to do every day. I love working outside, I love growing good food, I love doing and learning new things every day, and I love seeing the farm grow into a productive, sustainable entity.


Kerriann works a full-time job off the farm, but you can find her almost every Sunday at the Catonsville Market. She also spends many evenings and weekends weeding, planting, and harvesting. As long as she has a cup of coffee on Sunday mornings and can dip her toes in the river after a long day of weeding, she's a happy camper!


Jamie is our part-time farm worker for the 2015 season. Her hard work and warm energy have invigorated the farm. We are happy to have her on board!