Centro Ashé Farm Bryans Road, Maryland

Centro Ashé Farm, a medicinal plant sanctuary, homestead, and education center located about an hour south of Washington DC in Bryans Road, MD. This abundant and humble farm is our homestead, as well as workshop and retreat space. The land is home to hundreds of species of medicinal and native plants, open pasture and forest, fruit trees and more. In our gardens we grow incredible medicines, save seeds, grow food, and continually find new and creative endeavors. We are thankful for beautiful land we are blessed to call home and are humbled to be able to share it with those who come visit!

We welcome you to come visit us at the farm, however we ask you call or email to schedule an appointment.

Listing last updated on Dec 7, 2020


DC/Maryland Herbal CSA Grassroots Herbal Program - One or Two Year Program One Day Workshop on Herbal Medicine and Permaculture Costa Rica Tours on Sustainable Agriculture and Herbal Medicine


Season:  January through January

Type:  single farm

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Join Centro Ashe as we journey through the year with plant remedies that help to support our health and wellness ~ all locally and lovingly made on our farm in Southern Maryland. Our CSA members will be participating in a four season membership, and will receive an herbal box for each season filled with organically-grown and hand-made botanical goodies.

This is a fun and educational opportunity for both folks who are new to or experienced with using herbs for healthcare. It will also be an engaged way to connect with and support your local growers/herbalists. As the local food movement continues to gain strength, an Herbal CSA is a wonderful way to support re-localizing our healthcare, using all natural herbs!



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