Lancaster Farm Fresh Coooperative
Organic Farmers Coop

Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative (LFFC) is a non-profit organic farmers cooperative of over 75 regional farmers headquartered in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. We focus on creating healthy, high quality foods from highly maintained and enriched soils on small scale family farms.

Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative is dedicated to improving the economic viability of local farmers, and to the protection of the environment, by supporting sustainable, Certified Organic agricultural practices. By creating beneficial and lasting change in our local food system, we ensure a strong foundation for the future of the communities in which we serve.

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Something Earthy Pottery Studio
owner: Linda Phillips

Slightly off the beaten path, nestled in the Agricultural Reserve, you will find Something Earthy Pottery Studio. We carry a wide variety of thrown and hand-built pottery. We pride ourselves in carrying pieces that serve a practical function as well as being beautiful.

The studio houses a gift gallery of the original hand thrown pottery of artist, Linda Phillips. Besides hosting Linda's pottery, the gift gallery features many different local artists and their own personal creations. When you visit the studio you will be able to find a truly unique gift, whether it's for someone else or just something special for yourself.

Stop by to see what's "Hot Out of the Kiln" and find that one of a kind item!

Something Earthy
24410 Hipsley Mill Rd.
Laytonsville, MD 20910
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Potomac Valley Organics Farm

We are a family farm dedicated to providing central Maryland with fresh, local, and organic produce.

How fresh? Our produce is harvested by hand and deliver to your market within twenty-four hours, many times even less. All of our packaged greens have the harvest date on the label so you know exactly when it was picked.

How local? Our farm is located no more than a forty minute drive from all the markets we sell to. There is no long-haul shipping or storage...

Our farm is Certified Organic and complying with the standards and regulations of the National Organic Program. All of our seeds are certified organic, and none are genetically modified or chemically treated. We do not use any chemical fertilizers. We practice companion planting, crop rotation, and integrated pest management as organic methods of attracting beneficial insects and repelling harmful ones, as well as suppressing weeds.

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Seed Savers Exchange

Seed Savers Exchange is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving and sharing heirloom seeds. Since 1975, our members have been passing on our garden heritage by collecting and distributing thousands of samples of rare garden seeds to other gardeners.

Seed Savers Exchange offers an alternative model to big agriculture through our work, encouraging participatory preservation among our members, and by signing the safe seed pledge. Seed Savers Exchange knows that the future of our planet depends on a genetically diverse food supply.

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Summer Creek Farm Potting Soil & Fertilizer

Approved by multiple organic certifiers for use in organic production systems.
SCF Premium soil is the results of years of experience in our own greenhouses. Our soil is approved for use in organic production systems. The benefits of our mix are:
Peat Free - Coir based
Lightweight - Our mix is lighter, great for hanging baskets or container
growing as well as plant starting in trays..
Moisture Holding - Our mixture holds moisture much better than peat
based soils without chemical wetting agents. Less time watering makes for
more profits.

Environmentally Friendly - Our soil is made in central Maryland on our own Certified Organic farm. Everything we do is with the needs of maintaining strict organic standards. Local Product = Local Jobs. Our water comes from captured rain water, all of our processes are designed with efficient use of resources to keep our environment clean and growing.

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Flying Goat Farm Frederick County

We raised happy sheep and goats on organically tended pastures in Frederick County, MD. Our flock includes Blue Faced Leicesters with fine, long, lustrous locks, Cormo sheep with superfine, crimpy fleeces and Angora goats with fine, lustrous mohair locks. We work with family run, mostly local, mills to make yarns to our specifications. We also work collaboratively with other local farms to feature alpaca and other wools that will work well with the fleeces from our animals. Specific information about each yarn is in the product description.

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Sweet Farm Sauerkraut, Woodsboro MD

Sweet Farm Sauerkraut offers a variety of naturally fermented krauts made with nothing but organic (local when possible) vegetables, sea salt, and spices. Our traditional fermentation methods produce fresh, crisp and tangy krauts that pair well with just about any meal. In addition to their great taste, our krauts are full of probiotics, beneficial bacteria that help nourish your digestive system. Sweet Farm Sauerkraut is located in beautiful Frederick County, Maryland, and is dedicated to providing fresh and local krauts that are as healthy as they are delicious.

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Budding Herbals Organic Self Care, New Market MD

Small-batch, hand-crafted, mostly organic self-care products designed to nourish your body deeply, using only sustainably grown high quality ingredients.

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Cross Creek Gourmet Garlic, Walkersville MD

Here in North Central Maryland we are currently growing 13 varieties of garlic . 12 Hard Neck varieties and 1 interesting Soft neck variety . Our Maryland climate lets us grow many varieties of garlic including Creole garlics , they do well in warmer winters, this adds to our selections of varieties We use all natural growing methods, we are not certified organic but follow those guidelines. Garlic being a vegetable, a herb and medicine we dehydrate our garlic at low temperatures as to not cook out all the goodness in the garlic. We use this dehydrated garlic to make our Gourmet Garlic Powder , and Gourmet Garlic Salt made with Pink Hymalian Ancient sea salt

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