September Community Potluck Cookout
Sep
26
6:00 PM18:00

September Community Potluck Cookout

  • 930 Whitelock Street Baltimore, MD, 21217 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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Bring a dish, a friend or just yourself, and come prepared to try some new foods!

Enjoy some snacks while catching up with neighbors, sharing recipes and checking out what's been growing at the farm. We will be preparing a couple dishes with farm fresh veggies. You are invited to make something too, but it is certainly not required. 

We'll be set up in the park across the street from the farm on Whitelock and Brookfield from 6pm-dusk.

 This Month we are also joined by Crystal of Holistic Wellness and Health who will be sharing a cooking demo using farm produce and Anita of Baltimore City Master Gardeners of University of Maryland Extension will be there with giveaways & to answer your gardening questions!

Workshop Description: We will create delicious, nutritious, flavorful and affordable meals using fresh produce from Whitelock Community Farm. We will learn more about the Double Dollars Program. All participants of the workshop are eligible to participate in the Double Dollars Program. Recipes and samples will be provided. 

Crystal L. Forman is the Owner/Director of Holistic Wellness and Health, a company that uses a whole person approach that integrates health, fitness and wellness. She offers health education courses, healthy cooking classes, cooking demonstrations, health coaching and wellness seminars. Crystal also works to improve food justice, food sovereignty and sustainable food access. She is an avid forager, gardener and volunteer farmer. She loves teaching foraging, wild food cooking and farm to plate activities. In addition to her Master of Public Health (MPH) and Master of Health Administration (MHA) degrees, Crystal is a certified Permaculture designer, a Certified Baltimore City Master Gardener, and a certified sport nutrition consultant (CSNC).

 Thanks for MECU for sponsoring our cookouts for the season!

Thanks for MECU for sponsoring our cookouts for the season!

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Compost Workshop
Sep
29
12:00 PM12:00

Compost Workshop

From food scraps to nutritious amendments!

In this workshop we will discuss composting basics, worm composting and best practices for building healthy compost.

Class will be led by Sophia Hosain, a graduate of the Institute of Local Self Reliance Compost Program and Montae, from local compost producer Veteran Compost

Class is pay what you can sliding scale $5-$10

To register, please fill out this FORM

Facebook event here

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Yoga at the farm!
Oct
6
10:00 AM10:00

Yoga at the farm!

Join us for an outdoor yoga class at the farm!

All levels welcome - bring your own mat (we will have a few extra on site)   
class taught by certified instructor, Grace Marshall

We will be starting promptly at 11 am, so please arrive a little early to sign in and get set up. This class will take place in the park on the corner of Whitelock & Brookfield, behind the farm stand. It is outdoors, so please come prepared - we suggest bringing your own water bottle & applying sunscreen!

The class will run alongside our Farm Stand, so we will have farm veggies for sale as well.

$5 suggested donation - supports future classes!

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Herbal Medicine Making 101: Oils and Salves
Oct
6
11:00 AM11:00

Herbal Medicine Making 101: Oils and Salves

Have you ever wondered what useful plants might be growing in your neighborhood or in your own backyard? Would you like to learn how to utilize these plants to create effective herbal remedies for your friends and family? Then join community herbalist, Katelyn Jarkowiec, for the series – Herbal Medicine Making 101.

In these hands-on classes, we’ll get to know the plants growing in and around Whitelock Farm, discuss the art and science behind each medicinal preparation, and then create an herbal remedy together. By the end of the series, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to create your own home apothecary using fresh, local, homegrown, and seasonal herbs.

Oils and Salves
Medicinal oils and salves are a great way to apply plant medicine topically. We’ll discuss plants remedies for common ailments such as rashes, cuts, scrapes, burns, insect bites, and then make an herbal healing salve together!
Want to take home your very own tin of herbal healing salve?
Be sure to register ahead of time - space is limited!!

*$5 materials fee required for the take home option

Cost: $5-$15 sliding scale, cash + cards accepted

Drop-ins welcome, but registering HERE beforehand will help us prepare for the class!

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October Community Volunteer Day
Oct
13
10:00 AM10:00

October Community Volunteer Day

Project details :
TBA - this post will be updated with activity details as we get closer to the date!

Where: 
We will gather at the Farm Stand on the south corner of Whitelock & Brookfield at 10am

What to bring:
Please wear clothes and shoes you don't mind getting dirty & bring a water bottle. Check the weather and dress appropriately. We will provide gloves, sunblock, tools and will have water on site for refills.

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Herbal Medicine Making 101: Wild Foods
Oct
13
11:00 AM11:00

Herbal Medicine Making 101: Wild Foods

Have you ever wondered what useful plants might be growing in your neighborhood or in your own backyard? Would you like to learn how to utilize these plants to create effective herbal remedies for your friends and family? Then join community herbalist, Katelyn Jarkowiec, for the series – Herbal Medicine Making 101.

In these hands-on classes, we’ll get to know the plants growing in and around Whitelock Farm, discuss the art and science behind each medicinal preparation, and then create an herbal remedy together. By the end of the series, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to create your own home apothecary using fresh, local, homegrown, and seasonal herbs.

Wild Foods
In this class you’ll discover a new meaning for the word “weeds” as you learn to confidently identify and harvest these wildy weedy plants and turn them into delicious pestos, beverages, and wild salads!

Cost: $5-$15 sliding scale, cash + cards accepted

Drop-ins welcome, but registering HERE beforehand will help us prepare for the class!

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Yoga at the farm!
Oct
20
10:00 AM10:00

Yoga at the farm!

Join us for an outdoor yoga class at the farm!

All levels welcome - bring your own mat (we will have a few extra on site)   
class taught by certified instructor, Grace Marshall

We will be starting promptly at 11 am, so please arrive a little early to sign in and get set up. This class will take place in the park on the corner of Whitelock & Brookfield, behind the farm stand. It is outdoors, so please come prepared - we suggest bringing your own water bottle & applying sunscreen!

The class will run alongside our Farm Stand, so we will have farm veggies for sale as well.

$5 suggested donation - supports future classes!

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Herbal Medicine Making 101: Tinctures
Oct
27
11:00 AM11:00

Herbal Medicine Making 101: Tinctures

Have you ever wondered what useful plants might be growing in your neighborhood or in your own backyard? Would you like to learn how to utilize these plants to create effective herbal remedies for your friends and family? Then join community herbalist, Katelyn Jarkowiec, for the series – Herbal Medicine Making 101.

In these hands-on classes, we’ll get to know the plants growing in and around Whitelock Farm, discuss the art and science behind each medicinal preparation, and then create an herbal remedy together. By the end of the series, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to create your own home apothecary using fresh, local, homegrown, and seasonal herbs.

Tinctures
So what’s a tincture? Learn about these simple, alcohol based herbal extracts and how to create your own using fresh or dried plants. Tinctures are concentrated, easy to take, and effective!

Cost: $5-$15 sliding scale, cash + cards accepted

Drop-ins welcome, but registering HERE beforehand will help us prepare for the class!

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Yoga at the farm!
Nov
10
10:00 AM10:00

Yoga at the farm!

Join us for an outdoor yoga class at the farm!

All levels welcome - bring your own mat (we will have a few extra on site)   
class taught by certified instructor, Grace Marshall

We will be starting promptly at 11 am, so please arrive a little early to sign in and get set up. This class will take place in the park on the corner of Whitelock & Brookfield, behind the farm stand. It is outdoors, so please come prepared - we suggest bringing your own water bottle & applying sunscreen!

The class will run alongside our Farm Stand, so we will have farm veggies for sale as well.

$5 suggested donation - supports future classes!

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Herbal Medicine Making 101: Fire Cider for All
Nov
10
11:00 AM11:00

Herbal Medicine Making 101: Fire Cider for All

Have you ever wondered what useful plants might be growing in your neighborhood or in your own backyard? Would you like to learn how to utilize these plants to create effective herbal remedies for your friends and family? Then join community herbalist, Katelyn Jarkowiec, for the series – Herbal Medicine Making 101.

In these hands-on classes, we’ll get to know the plants growing in and around Whitelock Farm, discuss the art and science behind each medicinal preparation, and then create an herbal remedy together. By the end of the series, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to create your own home apothecary using fresh, local, homegrown, and seasonal herbs.


Fire Cider for All

Fire Cider is an old folk remedy that uses simple, accessible, kitchen ingredients to create a powerful winter wellness remedy! Fire cider can relieve sinus congestion, keep our immune system strong, ward off colds and flus, and increase digestion and circulation. Learn how to make this popular herbal folk remedy as well as other herbal infused vinegars that can be used in beverages, salad dressing, cocktails and more!

Want to make your own Fire Cider to take home? 
Be sure to register ahead of time- space is limited!

Cost: pay what you can between $5-$15
*$5 materials fee required for the take home option

Drop-ins welcome, but registering HERE beforehand will help us prepare for the class!

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SWEAT: Group Sessions
Sep
22
11:00 AM11:00

SWEAT: Group Sessions

  • 930 Whitelock Street Baltimore, MD 21217 (map)
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SWEAT: Group Sessions with our Community Trainer Wykeem! 
Saturdays 11am-12:30 pm in the park at the corner of Whitelock + Brookfield

This class will involved low to mid intensity movements and static holds.
All calisthenics, using our bodies to strengthen our bodies, so all you’ll need to bring is yourself, some water & good intentions.

These sessions are FREE, but you are welcome to make a donation

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SWEAT: Group Sessions
Sep
15
11:00 AM11:00

SWEAT: Group Sessions

  • 930 Whitelock Street Baltimore, MD 21217 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

SWEAT: Group Sessions with our Community Trainer Wykeem! 
Saturdays 11am-12:30 pm in the park at the corner of Whitelock + Brookfield

This class will involved low to mid intensity movements and static holds.
All calisthenics, using our bodies to strengthen our bodies, so all you’ll need to bring is yourself, some water & good intentions.

These sessions are FREE, but you are welcome to make a donation

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Herbal Medicine Making 101: Infusions and Decoctions
Sep
15
11:00 AM11:00

Herbal Medicine Making 101: Infusions and Decoctions

Have you ever wondered what useful plants might be growing in your neighborhood or in your own backyard? Would you like to learn how to utilize these plants to create effective herbal remedies for your friends and family? Then join community herbalist, Katelyn Jarkowiec, for the series – Herbal Medicine Making 101.

In these hands-on classes, we’ll get to know the plants growing in and around Whitelock Farm, discuss the art and science behind each medicinal preparation, and then create an herbal remedy together. By the end of the series, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to create your own home apothecary using fresh, local, homegrown, and seasonal herbs.

Infusions and Decoctions
Learn the art and science behind creating simple, effective medicine right in your kitchen with only one ingredient - water! Infusions and decoctions are some of the oldest and most accessible forms of plant medicine.

Cost: $5-$15 sliding scale, cash + cards accepted

Drop-ins welcome, but registering HERE beforehand will help us prepare for the class!

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SWEAT: Group Sessions
Sep
8
11:00 AM11:00

SWEAT: Group Sessions

  • 930 Whitelock Street Baltimore, MD 21217 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

SWEAT: Group Sessions with our Community Trainer Wykeem! 
Saturdays 11am-12:30 pm in the park at the corner of Whitelock + Brookfield

This class will involved low to mid intensity movements and static holds.
All calisthenics, using our bodies to strengthen our bodies, so all you’ll need to bring is yourself, some water & good intentions.

These sessions are FREE, but you are welcome to make a donation

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September Community Volunteer Day
Sep
8
10:00 AM10:00

September Community Volunteer Day

Project details :
TBA - this post will be updated with activity details as we get closer to the date!

Where: 
We will gather at the Farm Stand on the south corner of Whitelock & Brookfield at 10am

What to bring:
Please wear clothes and shoes you don't mind getting dirty & bring a water bottle. Check the weather and dress appropriately. We will provide gloves, sunblock, tools and will have water on site for refills.

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Fall Plant Walk!
Sep
1
11:00 AM11:00

Fall Plant Walk!

Once you get to know the wide variety of plants growing in your backyard, your life will never be the same!  

Join community herbalist, Katelyn Jarkowiec, for a plant walk around Whitelock Farm where you’ll identify, discuss, and get to know local medicinal and edible plants. Then, instead of walking down the street and just seeing a sidewalk, you’ll start to see all sorts of familiar plant faces.

Tour will meet at the farm stand on the corner of Whitelock St and Brookfield Ave at 11am

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SWEAT: Group Sessions
Sep
1
11:00 AM11:00

SWEAT: Group Sessions

  • 930 Whitelock Street Baltimore, MD 21217 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

SWEAT: Group Sessions with our Community Trainer Wykeem! 
Saturdays 11am-12:30 pm in the park at the corner of Whitelock + Brookfield

This class will involved low to mid intensity movements and static holds.
All calisthenics, using our bodies to strengthen our bodies, so all you’ll need to bring is yourself, some water & good intentions.

These sessions are FREE, but you are welcome to make a donation

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August Community Potluck Cookout & Cooking Demo
Aug
29
6:00 PM18:00

August Community Potluck Cookout & Cooking Demo

  • 930 Whitelock Street Baltimore, MD, 21217 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Bring a dish, a friend or just yourself, and come prepared to try some new foods!

Enjoy some snacks while catching up with neighbors, sharing recipes and checking out what's been growing at the farm. We will be preparing a couple dishes with farm fresh veggies. You are invited to make something too, but it is certainly not required. 

We'll be set up in the park across the street from the farm on Whitelock and Brookfield from 6pm-dusk.

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 This Month we are also joined by Crystal of Holistic Wellness and Health who will be sharing a cooking demo using farm produce and Anita of Baltimore City Master Gardeners of University of Maryland Extension will be there with giveaways & to answer your gardening questions!

Workshop Description: We will create delicious, nutritious, flavorful and affordable meals using fresh produce from Whitelock Community Farm. We will learn more about the Double Dollars Program. All participants of the workshop are eligible to participate in the Double Dollars Program. Recipes and samples will be provided. 

Crystal L. Forman is the Owner/Director of Holistic Wellness and Health, a company that uses a whole person approach that integrates health, fitness and wellness. She offers health education courses, healthy cooking classes, cooking demonstrations, health coaching and wellness seminars. Crystal also works to improve food justice, food sovereignty and sustainable food access. She is an avid forager, gardener and volunteer farmer. She loves teaching foraging, wild food cooking and farm to plate activities. In addition to her Master of Public Health (MPH) and Master of Health Administration (MHA) degrees, Crystal is a certified Permaculture designer, a Certified Baltimore City Master Gardener, and a certified sport nutrition consultant (CSNC).

 Thanks for MECU for sponsoring our Potlucks for the season!

Thanks for MECU for sponsoring our Potlucks for the season!

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2nd Annual Picnic Fundriaser
Aug
25
5:00 PM17:00

2nd Annual Picnic Fundriaser

Join us for our 2nd Annual Picnic Fundraiser!
Saturday August 25th 5pm

TICKETS HERE

**We are looking for people to make sides for our event - if you are interested sign up here! Those who contribute will get: Free Entry, 1 Plate of Food, $5 Tickets (can be used for drink or raffle)**



We will be having a Pig Roast (responsibly raised pork from Catoctin Mountain Farm) Dishes by Local Chefs and Community Members (Vegetarian & Kosher Options)

Beer from Peabody Heights Brewery, LLC 

1 Ticket = 1 plate
VIP Ticket = 1 plate, 15 tickets  (can be used for drinks or raffle items)

We will also have a ticketed raffle! 
Tickets are $1 each or 6 tickets for $5

'Vote' for your favorite items with your tickets and we will choose one for each item at the end of the event. 
Check out these awesome items!

Station North Tool Library - One year membership and a free shop safety class
Brewer's Art - Wednesday Beer Dinner for Two.  Three course meal + Beer ($76 value)
Yoga Tree - 5 free classes
B. Willow - $25 gift card
Mend Acupuncture - Gift card
Under Armour - Unisex backpack and duffle bag
 


All money raised from this event will support the farm & our programs!

 

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Summer Plant Walk!
Jul
28
11:00 AM11:00

Summer Plant Walk!

Once you get to know the wide variety of plants growing in your backyard, your life will never be the same!  

Join community herbalist, Katelyn Jarkowiec, for a plant walk around Whitelock Farm where you’ll identify, discuss, and get to know local medicinal and edible plants. Then, instead of walking down the street and just seeing a sidewalk, you’ll start to see all sorts of familiar plant faces.

Tour will meet at the farm stand on the corner of Whitelock St and Brookfield Ave at 11am

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Cooking Demo
Jul
28
10:00 AM10:00

Cooking Demo

  • 930 Whitelock Street Baltimore, MD, 21217 United States (map)
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Crystal Foreman of Holistic Wellness and Health will be giving a free demo on how to prepare some of our farm veggies - Sautéed Eggplant & Zucchini and Eggplant in Tomato Sauce - Yum! 

Workshop Description: We will create delicious, nutritious, flavorful and affordable meals using fresh produce from Whitelock Community Farm. We will learn more about the Double Dollars Program. All participants of the workshop are eligible to participate in the Double Dollars Program. Recipes and samples will be provided. 

Crystal L. Forman is the Owner/Director of Holistic Wellness and Health, a company that uses a whole person approach that integrates health, fitness and wellness. She offers health education courses, healthy cooking classes, cooking demonstrations, health coaching and wellness seminars. Crystal also works to improve food justice, food sovereignty and sustainable food access. She is an avid forager, gardener and volunteer farmer. She loves teaching foraging, wild food cooking and farm to plate activities. In addition to her Master of Public Health (MPH) and Master of Health Administration (MHA) degrees, Crystal is a certified Permaculture designer, a Certified Baltimore City Master Gardener, and a certified sport nutrition consultant (CSNC).

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CANCELLED - July Community Potluck Cookout & Cooking Demo
Jul
25
6:00 PM18:00

CANCELLED - July Community Potluck Cookout & Cooking Demo

  • 930 Whitelock Street Baltimore, MD, 21217 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Bring a dish, a friend or just yourself, and come prepared to try some new foods!

Enjoy some snacks while catching up with neighbors, sharing recipes and checking out what's been growing at the farm. We will be preparing a couple dishes with farm fresh veggies. You are invited to make something too, but it is certainly not required. 

We'll be set up in the park across the street from the farm on Whitelock and Brookfield from 6pm-dusk.

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 This Month we are also joined by Crystal of Holistic Wellness and Health who will be sharing a cooking demo using farm produce and Anita of Baltimore City Master Gardeners of University of Maryland Extension will be there with giveaways & to answer your gardening questions!

Workshop Description: We will create delicious, nutritious, flavorful and affordable meals using fresh produce from Whitelock Community Farm. We will learn more about the Double Dollars Program. All participants of the workshop are eligible to participate in the Double Dollars Program. Recipes and samples will be provided. 

Crystal L. Forman is the Owner/Director of Holistic Wellness and Health, a company that uses a whole person approach that integrates health, fitness and wellness. She offers health education courses, healthy cooking classes, cooking demonstrations, health coaching and wellness seminars. Crystal also works to improve food justice, food sovereignty and sustainable food access. She is an avid forager, gardener and volunteer farmer. She loves teaching foraging, wild food cooking and farm to plate activities. In addition to her Master of Public Health (MPH) and Master of Health Administration (MHA) degrees, Crystal is a certified Permaculture designer, a Certified Baltimore City Master Gardener, and a certified sport nutrition consultant (CSNC).

 

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Yoga at the farm!
Jul
14
11:00 AM11:00

Yoga at the farm!

Join us for an outdoor yoga class at the farm!

All levels welcome - bring your own mat (we will have a few extra on site)   
class taught by certified instructor, Grace Marshall

We will be starting promptly at 11 am, so please arrive a little early to sign in and get set up. This class will take place in the park on the corner of Whitelock & Brookfield, behind the farm stand. It is outdoors, so please come prepared - we suggest bringing your own water bottle & applying sunscreen!

The class will run alongside our Farm Stand, so we will have farm veggies for sale as well.

$5 donation - supports future classes!

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July Community Volunteer Day
Jul
14
10:00 AM10:00

July Community Volunteer Day

Project details :
We are partnering with our friends at the St. Francis Neighborhood Center and the Reservoir Hill Improvement Council for this months volunteer opportunity. There will be plenty of opportunities to lend a hand, trash pickups, weeding, mulching, farm work and more!

Where: 
We will gather at the Farm Stand on the south corner of Whitelock & Brookfield at 10am

What to bring:
Please wear clothes and shoes you don't mind getting dirty & bring a water bottle. Check the weather and dress appropriately. We will provide gloves, sunblock, tools and will have water on site for refills.

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Cooking Demo!  Cooking on a Budget with Fresh Produce
Jun
27
6:00 PM18:00

Cooking Demo! Cooking on a Budget with Fresh Produce

Crystal of Holistic Wellness and Health will lead a cooking demo alongside this months cook out! 

Workshop Description: We will create delicious, nutritious, flavorful and affordable meals using fresh produce from Whitelock Community Farm. We will learn more about the Double Dollars Program. All participants of the workshop are eligible to participate in the Double Dollars Program. Recipes and samples will be provided. 

Crystal L. Forman is the Owner/Director of Holistic Wellness and Health, a company that uses a whole person approach that integrates health, fitness and wellness. She offers health education courses, healthy cooking classes, cooking demonstrations, health coaching and wellness seminars. Crystal also works to improve food justice, food sovereignty and sustainable food access. She is an avid forager, gardener and volunteer farmer. She loves teaching foraging, wild food cooking and farm to plate activities. In addition to her Master of Public Health (MPH) and Master of Health Administration (MHA) degrees, Crystal is a certified Permaculture designer, a Certified Baltimore City Master Gardener, and a certified sport nutrition consultant (CSNC).

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June Community Potluck Cookout
Jun
27
6:00 PM18:00

June Community Potluck Cookout

  • 930 Whitelock Street Baltimore, MD, 21217 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

WE ARE POSTPONING DUE TO RAIN - STAY TUNED FOR NEW DATE!

Bring a dish, a friend or just yourself, and come prepared to try some new foods!

Enjoy some snacks while catching up with neighbors, sharing recipes and checking out what's been growing at the farm. We will be preparing a couple dishes with farm fresh veggies. You are invited to make something too, but it is certainly not required. 

We'll be set up in the park across the street from the farm on Whitelock and Brookfield from 6pm-dusk.

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Yoga at the Farm!
Jun
23
11:00 AM11:00

Yoga at the Farm!

Join us for an outdoor yoga class at the farm!

All levels welcome - bring your own mat (we will have a few extra on site)   
class taught by certified instructor, Grace Marshall

We will be starting promptly at 11 am, so please arrive a little early to sign in and get set up. This class will take place in the park on the corner of Whitelock & Brookfield, behind the farm stand. It is outdoors, so please come prepared - we suggest bringing your own water bottle & applying sunscreen!

The class will run alongside our Farm Stand, so we will have farm veggies for sale as well.

$5 donation - supports future classes!

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Herbal Medicine Making 101: Vinegars, Shrubs, Oxymels + Kitchen Medicine
Jun
16
10:00 AM10:00

Herbal Medicine Making 101: Vinegars, Shrubs, Oxymels + Kitchen Medicine

Have you ever wondered what useful plants might be growing in your neighborhood or in your own backyard? Would you like to learn how to utilize these plants to create effective herbal remedies for your friends and family? Then join community herbalist, Katelyn Jarkowiec, for the series – Herbal Medicine Making 101.
In these hands-on classes, we’ll get to know the plants growing in and around Whitelock Farm, discuss the art and science behind each medicinal preparation, and then create an herbal remedy together. By the end of the series, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to create your own home apothecary using fresh, local, homegrown, and seasonal herbs.

Vinegars, Shrubs, and Oxymels
Sweet and sour alcohol-free herbal preparations that are delicious and versatile! Use your herbal extracts in beverages, salad dressings, cocktails, or take straight up!


Want to make your own shrub or oxymel to take home? 
Be sure to register ahead of time- space is limited!!
*$5 materials fee required for the take home option

Kitchen Medicine
Did you know that your spice cabinet is full of medicine!? In this class we’ll discuss how common spices can be used to create powerful healing dishes, medicinal broths, and more!

Cost: pay what you can between $5-$15

Drop-ins welcome, but registering HERE beforehand will help us prepare for the class!

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Herbal Medicine Making 101: Tinctures
Jun
9
11:00 AM11:00

Herbal Medicine Making 101: Tinctures

Have you ever wondered what useful plants might be growing in your neighborhood or in your own backyard? Would you like to learn how to utilize these plants to create effective herbal remedies for your friends and family? Then join community herbalist, Katelyn Jarkowiec, for the series – Herbal Medicine Making 101.

In these hands-on classes, we’ll get to know the plants growing in and around Whitelock Farm, discuss the art and science behind each medicinal preparation, and then create an herbal remedy together. By the end of the series, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to create your own home apothecary using fresh, local, homegrown, and seasonal herbs.

Tinctures
So what’s a tincture? Learn about these simple, alcohol based herbal extracts and how to create your own using fresh or dried plants. Tinctures are concentrated, easy to take, and effective!

Cost: $5-$15 sliding scale, cash + cards accepted

Drop-ins welcome, but registering HERE beforehand will help us prepare for the class!

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June Community Volunteer Day
Jun
9
10:00 AM10:00

June Community Volunteer Day

Project details :
TBA - this post will be updated with activity details as we get closer to the date!

Where: 
We will gather at the Farm Stand on the south corner of Whitelock & Brookfield at 10am

What to bring:
Please wear clothes and shoes you don't mind getting dirty & bring a water bottle. Check the weather and dress appropriately. We will provide gloves, sunblock, tools and will have water on site for refills.

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Wellness at Whitelock Farm
Jun
9
9:30 AM09:30

Wellness at Whitelock Farm

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Michele's Granola invites you to join us for a free morning of wellness at Whitelock Community Farm, an urban farm in Baltimore's Reservoir Hill neighborhood. Free coffee and breakfast, including our handmade granola, will be served throughout the morning, as supplies last, beginning at 9:30am. Join us for breakfast, yoga, a farm tour, or all three:

9:30am on: coffee and breakfast (vegan options served)

10:00 - 11:00am: outdoor yoga class led by Free Baltimore Yoga. Please bring your own yoga mat and water.

11:30am - 12:00pm: farm tour

Come eat, flow and learn more about the positive impact Whitelock Community Farm is making in our city, how the charitable giving network Give One for Good Food is supporting this work, and how YOU can support it, too.

The event is being held in conjunction with The Whitelock Annual Plant Sale, which runs from 11:00am - 2:00pm. 

There is no ticketing for the event, but please RSVP so we can plan for our guests. Space is limited and breakfast will be available while supplies last. RSVP & Facebook event here

 

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Herbal Medicine Making 101: Kitchen Medicine
Jun
2
11:00 AM11:00

Herbal Medicine Making 101: Kitchen Medicine

Have you ever wondered what useful plants might be growing in your neighborhood or in your own backyard? Would you like to learn how to utilize these plants to create effective herbal remedies for your friends and family? Then join community herbalist, Katelyn Jarkowiec, for the series – Herbal Medicine Making 101.

In these hands-on classes, we’ll get to know the plants growing in and around Whitelock Farm, discuss the art and science behind each medicinal preparation, and then create an herbal remedy together. By the end of the series, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to create your own home apothecary using fresh, local, homegrown, and seasonal herbs.

Kitchen Medicine
Did you know that your spice cabinet is full of medicine!? In this class we’ll discuss how common spices can be used to create powerful healing dishes, medicinal broths, and more!

Cost: $5-$15 sliding scale, cash + cards accepted

Drop-ins welcome, but registering HERE beforehand will help us prepare for the class!

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May Community Potluck Cookout
May
30
6:00 PM18:00

May Community Potluck Cookout

  • 930 Whitelock Street Baltimore, MD, 21217 United States (map)
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This is the first monthly community cookout of the season - 
Bring a dish, a friend or just yourself, and come prepared to try some new foods!

Enjoy some snacks while catching up with neighbors, sharing recipes and checking out what's been growing at the farm. We will be preparing a couple dishes with farm fresh veggies. You are invited to make something too, but it is certainly not required. 

COOKING DEMO
This month we will also be joined by Crystal Foreman of Holistic Wellness and Health who will be sharing a cooking demo using farm produce!

ASK A GARDENER
Master Gardener, Anita Robinson will also join us for the evening and will be available to answer gardening questions and tell you more about Maryland's Master Gardener Program.

We'll be set up in the park across the street from the farm on Whitelock and Brookfield from 6pm-dusk.

 

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Cooking Demo! Cooking on a Budget with Fresh Produce
May
30
6:00 PM18:00

Cooking Demo! Cooking on a Budget with Fresh Produce

Crystal of Holistic Wellness and Health will lead a cooking demo alongside this months cook out! 

Workshop Description: We will create delicious, nutritious, flavorful and affordable meals using fresh produce from Whitelock Community Farm. We will learn more about the Double Dollars Program. All participants of the workshop are eligible to participate in the Double Dollars Program. Recipes and samples will be provided. 

Crystal L. Forman is the Owner/Director of Holistic Wellness and Health, a company that uses a whole person approach that integrates health, fitness and wellness. She offers health education courses, healthy cooking classes, cooking demonstrations, health coaching and wellness seminars. Crystal also works to improve food justice, food sovereignty and sustainable food access. She is an avid forager, gardener and volunteer farmer. She loves teaching foraging, wild food cooking and farm to plate activities. In addition to her Master of Public Health (MPH) and Master of Health Administration (MHA) degrees, Crystal is a certified Permaculture designer, a Certified Baltimore City Master Gardener, and a certified sport nutrition consultant (CSNC).

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Yoga at the Farm!
May
26
11:00 AM11:00

Yoga at the Farm!

Join us for an outdoor yoga class at the farm!

All levels welcome - bring your own mat (we will have a few extra on site)   
class taught by certified instructor, Grace Marshall

We will be starting promptly at 11 am, so please arrive a little early to sign in and get set up. This class will take place in the park on the corner of Whitelock & Brookfield, behind the farm stand. It is outdoors, so please come prepared - we suggest bringing your own water bottle & applying sunscreen!

The class will run alongside our Farm Stand, so we will have farm veggies for sale as well.

$5 donation - supports future classes!

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Reservoir Hill Ceasefire Pop Up
May
12
12:00 PM12:00

Reservoir Hill Ceasefire Pop Up

We are partnering with our neighbors on a day of life affirming activities in Reservoir Hill!
As part of the Ceasefire weekend, Reservoir Hill will have a Pop Up in the park with music, flower planting, sign making, and vendors.

If you are a vendor or exhibitor who presents peace and healing and would like to be involved, please contact Mia, RHIC's Neighborhood Initiatives Coordinator, at mia@reservoirhill.net

You can find updates on the event on the facebook event.

Baltimore Ceasefire 365 asks Baltimore residents to celebrate life, with the ultimate goal of zero murders in our city. Ceasefire weekends intend for residents to:

  • help each other get the resources they need in their lives
  • have conversations with each other about how to handle conflict differently
  • make commitments to one another to be non-violent in thoughts, words, and deeds, for AT LEAST the ceasefire weekend.
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May Community Volunteer Day! CANCELLED
May
12
10:00 AM10:00

May Community Volunteer Day! CANCELLED

The farm will be participating in Reservoir Hill's Ceasefire events this day, so our regular volunteer activities will be cancelled.

We encourage everyone to attend a life affirming event organized for Ceasefire weekend!
More information on Reservoir Hill's events can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1732897953470089/

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Sunday Plant Sale & Wellness event
May
6
11:00 AM11:00

Sunday Plant Sale & Wellness event

In addition to a second round of our plant sale we have partnered with one of our sponsors Micheles Granola for the following:

Michele's Granola invites you to join us for a free morning of wellness at Whitelock Community Farm, an urban farm in Baltimore's Reservoir Hill neighborhood. Free coffee and breakfast, including our handmade granola, will be served throughout the morning, as supplies last, beginning at 9:30am. Join us for breakfast, yoga, a farm tour, or all three:

9:30am on: coffee and breakfast (vegan options served)

10:00 - 11:00am: outdoor yoga class led by Free Baltimore Yoga. Please bring your own yoga mat and water.

11:30am - 12:00pm: farm tour

Come eat, flow and learn more about the positive impact Whitelock Community Farm is making in our city, how the charitable giving network Give One for Good Food is supporting this work, and how YOU can support it, too.

The event is being held in conjunction with The Whitelock Annual Plant Sale, which runs from 11:00am - 2:00pm

There is no ticketing for the event, but please RSVP so we can plan for our guests. Space is limited and breakfast will be available while supplies last.

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Herbal Medicine Making 101: Oils and Salves
May
5
11:00 AM11:00

Herbal Medicine Making 101: Oils and Salves

Have you ever wondered what useful plants might be growing in your neighborhood or in your own backyard? Would you like to learn how to utilize these plants to create effective herbal remedies for your friends and family? Then join community herbalist, Katelyn Jarkowiec, for the series – Herbal Medicine Making 101.

In these hands-on classes, we’ll get to know the plants growing in and around Whitelock Farm, discuss the art and science behind each medicinal preparation, and then create an herbal remedy together. By the end of the series, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to create your own home apothecary using fresh, local, homegrown, and seasonal herbs.

Oils and Salves
Medicinal oils and salves are a great way to apply plant medicine topically. We’ll discuss plants remedies for common ailments such as rashes, cuts, scrapes, burns, insect bites, and then make an herbal healing salve together!
Want to take home your very own tin of herbal healing salve?
Be sure to register ahead of time - space is limited!!

*$5 materials fee required for the take home option

Cost: $5-$15 sliding scale, cash + cards accepted

Drop-ins welcome, but registering HERE beforehand will help us prepare for the class!

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