Baltimore Free Farm is committed to creating ecologically sound alternatives by combining the best of age-old and modern technologies. We strive to promote urban agriculture, sustainability, and permaculture through the creation of green spaces and community sanctuaries which utilize reclaimed materials whenever possible. By providing entertainment, educational opportunities, and ethically produced food to local residents, we hope to instill a sense of pride in one’s community and its ability to sustain itself.
How we operate…
Baltimore Free Farm is a horizontally organized collective, which means that all of our decisions are made as a group, and no one person is considered a “boss.” All members are given a voice in our decision making process. In order to make a decision, BFF must reach a consensus from all organizing committee members. This means that every organizing committee member agrees with the decision being made and does not wish to block it from going through. Operating in this way is our attempt to abolish hierarchy within the collective by ensuring that no one person may decide how this project will move forward without the consensus of every collective member.
Note: Baltimore Free Farm strives to be a safe space, however, we cannot control the behavior of every person who comes here. If you see a visitor, volunteer, or BFF member behaving or speaking in a way that is sexist, racist, homophobic, transphobic, or otherwise verbally, physically, or sexually abusive please speak to another BFF member about it. We take this sort of behavior very seriously and wish to eradicate it from our space.
To get in touch with us, please click on the Contact Us link at the top of this site.