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As the most diverse and closest agricultural county to Washington, D.C., Prince George's County boasts a vibrant, transitioning rural economy, one-of-a-kind farm heritage, and burgeoning urban agriculture enterprises. Share in the bounty of Prince George's County!
Want to start an urban farm in Prince George's County? Stay tuned to this page for more details and resources for your new enterprise! In addition, learn what urban farms are in your community!
Ag Marketing Resources
Want to start a farm Business? A farmers market? Promote what's happening on your farm? The County Agriculture Marketing Specialist can help you with these needs. Check out our resource pages for both farmers markets and producers.
The Menu (Our Blog)
Want to learn more about farms and the buzz on local food events and issues in Prince George's County? Check out our blog, "The Menu," and be sure to sign up for our monthly newsletter!
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Hard Bargain Farm Environmental Center’s education program promotes understanding and stewardship of the natural resources in the Potomac River watershed and the legacy of farming in southern Maryland.
The Romanos are proud to be Prince George’s County’s first vineyard! They grow six varieties of grapes: Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Vidal Blanc, Cayuga White, Chambourcin, and Traminette. Visit them and enjoy a tour and tastings.
C&E Farm offers seasonal events, a petting farm, pick-your-own blackberries, and pony and hayrides. The venue is available for parties and private events. The farm specializes in ethnic produce, including callaloo and sweet potato greens.