Embracing Earth’s Natural Bounty and the Spirit of Local Community

Our Mission

Connect our members to our farm by providing the best source of organic vegetables possible with a unique farm experience.

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The CSA

With 10 years of service to Howard County Maryland, we provide our fresh home grown produce to over 600 local families through the CSA program.

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The Gorman Difference

We are exclusively a CSA farm, and only open to members throughout our growing season. Our CSA program is the primary focus of the farm.

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WHAT WE DO

Connect our members to our farm by providing the best source of organic vegetables possible, While creating a unique farm experience for everyone.

Through our Community Supported Agriculture (or CSA) program we offer high quality fresh vegetables grown with organic methods. We deliver an educational, fun filled family experience with quality and consistency.

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Awesome program. Love the freshness! Pickup is so easy. I like that we are able to pick our own vegetables and not be given a prepackaged box.

Michele L.
Laurel, MD

Gorman Farms CSA is a wonderful experience. The picturesque setting coupled with the over abundance of a variety of produce makes the experience one I will gladly repeat year after year.

Kara W.
Laurel, MD

Coming to the farm every week provided not only a chance to get amazing produce, but a chance to see, feel, and smell the steps of creating delicious food.

Amber G.
Gwynn Oak, MD

The foods are high quality and abundant.

Vicki S.
Columbia, MD

We look forward to our weekly visits to the farm. We receive a generous variety of fresh, quality produce which is the foundation for many tasty meals. The newsletter helps us understand what goes on behind the scenes and the many challenges of growing food and taking care of the soil, while encouraging to try new vegetables us with recipes and preservation advice.

Galen C.
Columbia, MD

The quality of the organic produce provided by your farm is excellent. As soon as I turn down the dirt road to do my pickup at the end of a busy work week, I feel myself decompressing. I find such joy in seeing the mounds of produce in the barn and filling my bags with it! I also loved the strawberry boost this year. It was great to go out into the fields after being stuck in the office all day. The jam that I made from the strawberries brightens up a dark winter day.

Kim M.
Ellicott City, MD