The Ash Street Garden

The hillside of 3511 Ash St. was Baltimore Free Farm’s first project. In 2010, we cleaned up this lot and used salvaged rocks to create terraced garden beds. Today, this is our community garden space where you can rent space to grow your own vegetables! Recently our hillside has been renovated in en effort to minimize erosion of the hill, come and visit our new sustainable design.

Plots are available on a seasonal basis for a sliding scale fee. Interested in renting a plot? Contact

Heart and Soil Sanctuary

Acquired in 2013 after a lengthy campaign to raise support and awareness to keep the land we had been maintaining in our hands, we were auspiciously sold the land. The lot is now managed by a guild of folks called Heart and Soil with a reverence for nature and who seek to revisit the lost knowledge of plant medicine.  Follow them on Facebook or email:

Our other garden spaces

Baltimore Free Farm has a space dedicated to growing a collective garden, where we grow food as a team for our own personal use, to generate funds that keep the project going, and to share surplus with volunteers or at our food rescue day.  We’ve also built a greenhouse, a compost bin, a tool shed, and a chicken coop.