About

Pop! Farm is a volunteer-run community garden in Southwest Baltimore with support from Southwest Partnership and the University of Maryland, Baltimore - Community Engagement Center.

Since the mid-1990's, a community garden has existed at 14 North Schroeder Street thanks to the an initiative of Delegate Ruth M. Kirk (District 44) of the Maryland General Assembly. The current iteration, under the name of Pop! Farm, was established in 2012 to:

  • Promote interest in sustainable urban agriculture as method of community development

  • Present opportunities for children/families to participate in growing, harvesting & preparing vegetables in a community setting

  • Empower individuals in food decision-making & encourage healthy eating practices

 

The continued support of our neighbors, the larger community, and our fiscal and administrative partners (the Southwest Partnership and the University of Maryland, Baltimore's Office of Community Engagement, respectively), allows us to provide a safe and comfortable place utdoors in Southwest Baltimore for all community members to promote health, build community, and use their imaginations.

Value Statement: 

Pop! Farm is guided by ideals of equitable land sovereignty, racial equity, and addressing food aparthied. We are a space that welcomes all people regardless of race, gender expression, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and immigration status.

 

Mission: 

Pop! Farm provides a safe, comfortable place outdoors in Southwest Baltimore for all community members to promote health, build community, and use their imaginations.

Land Acknowledgement: 

We would like to acknowledge that we are convening on the ancestral homeland of the Piscataway and Susquehannock peoples. Over time, citizens of many more indigenous nations have come to reside in this region. We humbly offer our respects to all past, present, and future indigenous people connected to this place.

Copyright © 2020 Pop! Farm

14 N. Schroeder Street Baltimore, MD 21223