TRAILS & TRAIL MAP
POCKET SIGHTS SELF-GUIDED TOUR APP
PICK YOUR OWN
HISTORY OF THE FARM
BUILDING A BETTER BEE
FAMILY FARM DAY
FARM & NON-PROFIT VENDORS
BUY TICKETS TO FAMILY FARM DAY
FAMILIES / YOUTH
Frozen Egg Hunt
Farm Camps 2021
Winter Tree Identification hike
Backyard Chicken Keeping Series
Beekeeping Equipment Workshop
Christmas Hike and Bird Count
Cut Flower Garden Webinar
ART ON THE FARM
Chainsaw Safety and Maintenance
Small Engine Safety and Maintenance
Horse Trailer Safety Class
EDUCATORS / SCHOOLS
TEACHERS’ DAY ON THE FARM
FARMER STAN EDUCATIONAL TOURS
Farmer Stan School Application
Art on the Farm
Meet Your Local Farmer
POULTRY FOR THE PEOPLE
PICK YOUR OWN
Corn Picking Volunteer Day
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
FARMERS & LANDOWNERS
LINKS FOR KIDS
BALTIMORE COUNTY FARM MAP
WAYS TO HELP
Bouquet Making Workshop
Holiday Drop and Shop
HALLOWEEN ON THE FARM
Sunflower Painting Night
Pick your own will return!
This year we hope to sell them not provide deer food!
You can read our Fall 2020 Newsletter below.
Download the Fall 2020 Newsletter
Look for Sunflowers and Zinneas next summer!
MARC COVID-19 POLICY
Only totally outdoor events
See Programs for Winter Hike, Christmas Bird Hike, Winter Tree Identification
with small groups are
We plan a Cut Flower Garden webinar in Jan and A Frozen Egg hunt in Feb!
Preschool Farm Sprouts
Will Restart when the Covid Crisis Abates
Introduce your sprout to a different farm topic every week
Interact with farm animals, enjoy stories, and fun games
Create a fun craft!
Join a class
*Stay alert for potential reopening Summer 2021*
Beekeeping will be back!
postponed until the pandemic abates.
We hope to bring these activities back next Summer!
Learn how to manage hives throughout the seasons with expert local beekeepers
Obtain hands-on experience with equipment and our educational apiary
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View Fall Newslettter HERE!
MARC Newsletter – Fall 2020
All are welcome to enjoy the Farm Park. There is lots of quiet beauty to explore with lots of distance between visitors. Please remember to keep 6ft apart from other groups.
Find local agriculture products in 2021!
Check out this link to find local farmers: