Savage River Farm is a small, diversified farm in eastern Garrett County. We raise produce, livestock, and mushrooms on twenty-five acres in the Savage River watershed. We steward the land and animals in our care using natural methods. Our produce and mushrooms are raised without the use of synthetic, inorganic fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides. We allow our animals to express their true nature in the outdoors and provide them access to high-quality, minimally-processed feed including forage, garden veggies, whey, and grain. Our vegetables, fruits, mushrooms, eggs, chicken, turkey, pork, beef, lamb, goat, baked goods, and honey are available through a consumer cooperative. Members of the farm co-op are invited out weekly to put together a share of the foods they love best.
Non-members can find a limited selection of Savage River Farm goods at local Farmer's Markets from late May through mid October. Visit the Savage River Farm stand at the downtown mall in Cumberland on Thursdays, Frostburg'S CITY PLACE on Fridays, and in Berkeley Springs on Sundays to buy fresh, local, all-natural produce and eggs. To learn more about the co-op or to become a member of the farm, visit our "join" webpage. And be sure to check out the "eat" exchange for the latest news and recipes from the farm and its members!