Public Field Day: TOUR - Good Dog Farm

Public Field Day: TOUR - Good Dog Farm

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$0 – $12

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Good Dog Farm

4124 Black Rock Road

Upperco, MD 21155

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Join the Farm Alliance of Baltimore’s Black Butterfly Urban Farmer Academy for an on farm field day!

About this event

This field day will be hosted by Joanna and Bryan of Good Dog Farm. Good Dog Farm is a 25-acre vegetable farm in Upperco, Maryland that grows certified organic vegetables for Baltimore area restaurants and their 200 person CSA. Collectively they have over 25 years of farming experience on both urban and rural farms. Attendees will tour the farm and hear how Good Dog Farm designed their business, acquired land and manages their operation with their 5 employees.

This is an in-person workshop. Pre registration is required so we can plan accordingly. We suggest that attendees wear weather appropriate attire, and closed-toed shoes you don't mind getting dirty. Be sure to bring a water bottle! There will be a hand washing station on site, as well as extra masks, waters, hand sanitizer, sunscreen & bug spray.

  • Location: 4124 Blackrock Road , Upperco, MD 21155 (Note: make sure the address in your GPS is for Upperco with the zip code 21155)
  • Parking Information: in the field onsite, carpooling is encouraged
  • Restrooms: Yes
  • Other Notes: We will be walking around the large property. There are no seating options at the site.
  • Cancellation Policy: In the event that we need to cancel due to weather or unforeseen circumstances attendees will receive an email notification.
  • Pre readings: We encourage attendees to browse their website and Instagram
  • Questions? Please contactprograms@farmalliancebaltimore.org

More about the speakers: Bryan has been farming since 2008 when he worked at Even'Star Organic Farm. He managed a farm in Baltimore City for three years, which is how he met Joanna.

Joanna began farming in 2004 in Boston, MA. She managed a farm in Baltimore City, taught sustainable farming practices, and started hanging out with Bryan, which inspired her to start a farm of her own.

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