Sycamore Spring Farm

The Sycamore Spring Farm CSA is a project of passion and love for our "Farm Family" members, our Animal Friends and our Planet. We purpose to become a model for Sustainable Living and educational outreach to the LOCAL community. Sycamore Spring is a small working "homestead" type farm where we raise over 60 different varieties of fruit, vegetables, and herbs alongside free range beef, lamb, goats and poultry. Our “Better than Organic” naturally grown products are grown SUSTAINABLY without chemical fertilizers or pesticides, with an emphasis on rebuilding our living soil. Membership in the SSF/CSA is available to like-minded folks who pledge in advance to support the farms production program and in return receive their fair "share". CSA members understand the benefits and risks of sustainable farming and believe in the importance of insuring that their food is produced by a farmer with integrity who believes in the RIGHT to healthy and safe food. "Put a Little FARM in YOUR Life!"

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Notes:
Educational and entertaining Farm Tours and Farm fund raising events are available for a nominal fee. Learn about sustainable food production, food forestry, wood chip gardening,trenching and herbalism. Young ones can gather eggs, pick herbs and feed the geese. Visit the farm market and stock up on fresh produce, eggs, beef, honey and our goats milk soap. Thank You for supporting LOCAL, sustainable. small family farms.

Find this Farm

301-788-6980

[email protected]

6003 Elmer Derr Road, Frederick, Md, 21703

39.375445, -77.459707

39° 22′ 32″ N, 39° 22′ 32″ N

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Hours of Operation

Sunday 12:00 pm ~ 6:00 pm
Monday CLOSED
Tuesday CLOSED
Wednesday 8:00 am ~ 2:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am ~ 2:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am ~ 8:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am ~ 6:00 pm

* see Notes above

Products

Beef 4.5 / lb.
Scottish Highland Heritage Beef-Pastured, Grass-fed Beyond Organic
Available Now
Feb 1st ~ Nov 30th
C.S.A. Shares (Box of Vegetables, Fruit and Herbs) 28 each
Weekly CSA Share of assorted "Beyond Organic" Fruits and Vegetables. 8-10 items each week. Examples;We like to focus on heirloom varieties of well-liked vegetables and fruits, and occasionally introduce members to unique culinary delights. Volume and variety vary with season, but you can expect… Spring: Low volume; cool season greens, radish, peas, spinach, spring onions, asparagus, chard, parsley Late spring: High volume; mixed greens, carrots, peas, berries, broccoli, cauliflower, beets, sour cherries, basil, strawberries, Summer: High volume; tomatoes, green-beans, melons, cucumbers, new potatoes, squash, peppers, okra, eggplant, onions, garlic, peaches, corn Fall: Winter squash, potatoes, sweet potatoes, figs, onions, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, collards, turnips, apples & pears. We provide lettuce and salad items throughout the season (weather permitting). Produce is always fresh!
Available in 2 months
Apr 27th ~ Dec 23rd
Everbearing Raspberries 5 / pint
Large delicious berries, almost seedless. 3 crops each year. Caroline variety.
Available in 3 months
Jun 1st ~ Jun 30th
Farm Events & Festivals 7 each
Farm Tours, Spring Herbal Festival, Summer Harvest Celebration, Fall Family Farm Festival events.
Available in 5 days
Mar 15th ~ Dec 15th
Farm Fresh Eggs 4.5 / dozen
Free Range Heritage Poultry Eggs. Our Chickens forage through the woodlands which is the most natural habitat for chickens to produce the healthiest eggs posssible.
Available Now
Jan 1st ~ Dec 31st
Honey Raw 9.5 / pint
Local,Raw, Wildflower Honey
Available Now
Feb 1st ~ Nov 30th
Meat CSA Shares 60 / package
Highland Steaks, Roast, Pastured Chicken and Bacon in this assortment Pack. 4 steaks, 3-4lb chuck roast, 4-5lb chicken 2lbs bacon.
Available Now
Jan 2nd ~ Dec 31st
Walnuts 12 / lb.
Black Walnuts grown at the edges of the woodlands right here on our farm.
Available in 7 months
Oct 1st ~ Dec 30th
assorted vegetables 28 each
Weekly CSA Share of assorted "Beyond Organic" Fruits and Vegetables. 8-10 items each week. Examples;We like to focus on heirloom varieties of well-liked vegetables and fruits, and occasionally introduce members to unique culinary delights. Volume and variety vary with season, but you can expect… Spring: Low volume; cool season greens, radish, peas, spinach, spring onions, asparagus, chard, parsley Late spring: High volume; mixed greens, carrots, peas, berries, broccoli, cauliflower, beets, sour cherries, basil, strawberries, Summer: High volume; tomatoes, green-beans, melons, cucumbers, new potatoes, squash, peppers, okra, eggplant, onions, garlic, peaches, corn Fall: Winter squash, potatoes, sweet potatoes, figs, onions, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, collards, turnips, apples & pears. We provide lettuce and salad items throughout the season (weather permitting). Produce is always fresh!
Available in 2 months
Apr 27th ~ Dec 23rd