Eat With Us



If you live locally and would like to purchase vegetables, grains, flour, and beans directly from the farm (Wow!  That’s practically a full diet), you may do so!

Here’s how it works: A google spreadsheet containing the current week’s price list of available products is sent out weekly via email on Saturday mornings. Customers should place their order on the spreadsheet by the varying deadline – usually Monday evening.  Your box would then be ready for pick-up by Wednesday noon, and must be picked up by Sunday, unless prior arrangements have been made.

If you are interested, please contact us so that we may place you on our mailing list. You will be asked to both talk with us on the phone and to confirm your email address.



Between the spring of 2000 and fall of 2016 we could be found Sunday mornings at the Dupont Circle FreshFarm Market in Washington DC.  Apologetically to those of you who have been loyal customers over the many years, as of 2017 we will no longer be attending this market, nor any other for the time being.   Please know that we are but 50 miles south of Washington DC and have been honored to host several farm visits by Washington DC (and area) patrons.  We have always encouraged farm visits, but now we are available on weekends to do so!  Just ask!

Having attended the FreshFarm Dupont Circle Farmer’s Market for 17 years, we have developed a base of dedicated patrons in Washington DC and the surrounding area.  Since we are no longer attending the market as of 2017, we have the following options available for those of you who wish to maintain a connection to us and your source for local grain and bean products.  Please note:  These options are available for our dry goods only.



Place an order with us directly (via email or telephone) and  pick-up your order in Takoma Park at the house/doctor’s office of fellow farmer, Dr. Nazirahk Amen.  There is regular travel between us and them.  The location of pick-up would be:

Wisdom Path Healing Center
7120 Carroll Ave, Takoma Park, MD 20912
one mile from the metro station

The hours of pick-up would be:
8 am – 6 pm on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.  These are their office hours, although, being a residence, other days and times are a possibility but prior arrangements must be made.

Payment:  We do not accept credit cards.  Please send a check in the mail.



Order through a local food buying club called GOTH (Grassfed On The Hill).  Here you can purchase grains sourced from us, offered monthly (orders happen around the middle of the month).  And of course, through this avenue you would have access to other local foods as well, offered weekly.  The following is contact info:

Liz Reitzig, Coordinator
grassfedonthehill (at)


You can find our products as part of the menu or ingredient sourcing of various locally-committed avenues within Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania.  These include:

A Rake’s Progress  The Line Hotel, Washington DC — restaurant

Chesapeake’s Bounty  St Leonard, MD — retail market

Commune  Virginia Beach & Norfolk, VA — restaurant

Dolcezza Gelato  Washington DC — producer of gelato

Keepwell Vinegar  Harrisburg, PA — producer of vinegars, misos and soy sauce

Lindera Farms  Delaplane, VA — producer of vinegars

No 1 Sons  Washington DC — producer of ferments

Seylou Bakery & Mill  Washington DC — bakery and mill

Vitick’s Switchel  Arlington, VA — producer of drinks

Woodberry Kitchen  Baltimore, MD — restaurant