Farm Shares Available
We have openings for large and small shares if you live in Prince George’s County. Season lasts until October 31 with multiple pick up locations. Produce comes from ECO’s farms including its new Bladensburg farm, plus area sustainable farmers. Click here to know more and sign up!
Season Extension Class
Want to extend your growing season into early winter or start growing in early spring? Our two-part series, on September 13 & 27 provides your with concepts, methods and hands on training, including constructing a hoophouse at our farm. Click here for more information.
Seeking Interns & Apprentices
ECO is seeking interns and apprentices for fall/winter season, from September to march. We are looking for a positive attitude, enthusiasm, a strong work ethic and endurance for long hours in all types of weather, and a serious interest in sustainable agriculture.
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ECO City Farms is an nonprofit organization focusing on community food issues in Prince George’s County and the greater Chesapeake foodshed. Our core operation is an urban farm in the working class town of Edmonston, Maryland. We demonstrate the community empowerment, economic development, job training and community health benefits of growing chemical-free food in urban/suburban environments, close to those who will eat it.
ECO City Farms’ focus is on the communities of the Prince George’s County (MD) Port Towns of Edmonston, Cottage City, Colmar Manor, Bladensburg and surrounding inner beltway areas communities with little to no access to healthy food. We seek to create community where residents have greater access to affordable, healthy foods and enhanced opportunities for active living.