Nestled in the foothills of the Catoctin mountin range in Frederick County, Miolea is an ecologically sensitive, small certified organic farm growing native fruits, certifed organic vegetables, herbs, berries and free range eggs. Miolea raises certified organic Rhode Island Red layers, a heritage breed listed as "recovering" on the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy.
Also on the farm Organic Strawberry, blueberry and blackberry Jam hand made with our own fruit, and Honey from our farm. In the off season, Miolea holds Italian cooking classes for small groups, ranging from begining to advance italian cooking techniques. Farm and educational tours are offered for a small fee.
Miolea supports sustainable agricultural practises, environmental health, and a commitment to provide our community with safe, fresh, natural foods. Free from carcinogenic chemicals and genetically modified substances. From bread to fruits, vegetables, jams, jellies and honey everything done on the farm is in hormony with our environmental resources.
One of Maryland's only organic strawberry PYO. Ecologically sensitive, small certified organic farm growing native fruits, vegetables, herbs and berries using sustainable agricultural practises. Miolea is a humane farm raising free range chickens on certified organic grasses and feed for tasty brown eggs. We offer educational tours and Intimate (3-4) person Italian cooking classes with, seasonal and organic ingredients. Tours 25.00/person, group rates and educational discounts,
Frederick City Farmer's Market
On Market St between 3rd and 4th St
Strawberries only. Usually start to come in late May until the 3rd week of June. Maryland's only PYO CO Strawberries.
Located on the Farm we are open Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 to 2:00 pm, or by appointment. Eggs are sold year round. Free Range Organic Chicken $22.00/5+lbs, $20.00/4+lbs, $18.00/3+lbs
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In a lot of ways we are environmental activist. We belong to many groups that support environmental practices. We attend continuing education classes as a way to keep our nutrient management certification or certified farmer status as it is called in Maryland.... [more]