Helping to cultivate a sense of Place in the Chesapeake
About the Farm Migrash Farm was founded in 2014 and is located in the Patapsco River Watershed, just outside Randallstown, MD. We have five fields totaling 32 acres of which 27 acres are workable. Our produce is grown, cultivated and processed using traditional and adapted human-scale methods and with full attention to detail. We never knowingly apply or use any input that is environmentally or systemically toxic to humans, livestock, and/or fish and wildlife including non-target insects, microbes, and plants. We farm soil and its beasties first; the produce comes second. Our intention is to be sustainably productive and to create human-scale systems requiring few inputs. Migrash Farm aspires to be a socially-responsible farm business in all ways.
About the Land Migrash Farm sits in the piedmont of Baltimore County approaching Liberty Reservoir and the Patapsco River. The two main fields are formed of nice clay loam with enough rocks, and they sit with slight relief. The two small fields are located at the head of a small spring-fed tributary and form a gully with an alluvial bottom. Adjacent and interspersed forest tracts help to create an abundant and diverse landscape. Prominent forest trees include Black Walnut, Black Locust, and Tulip Poplar with understories of brambles. The entire site is upland and well drained, and has hosted continuous agriculture for about 90 years.
About the Farmer(s) The primary farmer can be contrarian and ornery; others who work and visit are abiding and of refined character.
Brought to you with attention to detail from the soil up.