Simmer Rock Farm is a small operation, founded by two great friends with like minded interests and goals, including community support, environmental concerns and safe, sustainable growing practices. Simmer Rock specializes in a diverse variety of naturally grown vegetables and fruits, with an effort to produce heirloom varieties.
In 2010, Springfield Farm of Sparks, MD offered us a portion of their land to expand our business and broaden our market range. This expansion has given us the opportunity to provide more produce to multiple outlets. You can find us at a number of farmers markets, the Springfield Farm store (Friday-Sunday , 10-5:30) and at over a dozen restaurants within Baltimore city and county. Visit our web site to find the market closest to you - www.simmerrockfarm.com.
Our CSA is available from the end of May to the end of October, with multiple package options our vegetables, Springfield Farm's eggs, Gunpowder Bison Products, and the occasional inclusion of various fruits from like minded local growers. CSA shares are offered on a first come, first served basis with limited availability. Our goal is to transition to Certified Organic this year.
We are also looking for weekly help in return for a discounted CSA share. Email us for more information.
CSA shares are still available! Email us for more information.
Season: May through October
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 60
Full Share: $550 per season (full share) 22-23 weeks
1/2 Share: $325 22-23 weeks
Work Req? No
Baltimore Museum of Industry: Saturdays, 9am to 1pm
Green Spring Station Farmers Market: Saturdays 2 to 5pm
Bethesda Farmers Market: Sundays 9am to 1pm
Springfield Farm: Friday to Sunday, 10am to 5:30pm
We have a full product list for wholesale, please contact us if interested.
Beautiful beets, tiny sweet carrots -- and red ones, too! And the garlic, well, I could write a sonnet about it! We loved having our CSA last year. The choices were interesting and gave us the opportunity to try new things.... [more]
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The best garlic ever ...we could live on it... great potatoes too!