The Baltimore Free Farm is an urban farm and cohousing collective in Baltimore’s Hampden neighborhood.
The founders of the Farm acquired the land through mixed efforts of peaceful resistance and local fundraising, eventually transforming an abandoned lot into a flourishing community garden.
The right to free food access is at the heart of the Farm’s mission, and several organizations operate out of the space, including Baltimore Food Not Bombs and Baltimore Food Rescue. The Farm also works closely with the Baltimore Gift Economy and several other local non-profits.
The current objectives of the Farm are to maintain upkeep of what we’ve built so far, and make the space more accessible to WWOOFers and visiting ecovillagers! This includes the construction of additional tiny houses on the Farm’s premises. The Farm also seeks to become increasingly connected to the web of ecovillages and intentional communities springing forth!
Membership & Visitors
- Current members: 10
- Not currently open to new members, but might be in the future
- Open to visitors
Please use the attached contact information to request an application form.