Our world has largely lost its connection to food. We  run into the grocery store or head to a restaurant without thinking about our food’s origins or purpose. In contrast, here at Mary’s Land Farm, we are interested in the whole journey — from planning, harvesting, and using food from our garden to raising animals responsibly for food, we’ve found that each step in the process matters.

Whether you have questions about how to raise food responsibly, how to consume the food you’ve raised, or simply why it matters in the first place, our workshops can help answer your questions. We want you to experience first-hand what we do here, why we do it that way, how you can imitate our process at home, and how to use the products our farm offers.

So, what interests you most?  Take a look at our calendar of workshops and sign up for one!


Workshop Types

Weekday Workshops

Do you have a flexible schedule? On select weeks, we offer focused workshops starting at 2pm Mondays through Thursdays. Check the schedule for the weeks and topics we offer!


Weekend Workshops

Come on a workshop weekend for an immersive experience with sessions at 10am, 2pm, and a special event on Saturday night. Check the schedule for weekends and topics!

Whether you live nearby and want to commute to the farm for your workshop or live far away and would prefer to stay at our Inn, we welcome you to join us on our journey towards more sustainable food systems.

Due to COVID, at this time we are not offering public workshops.  If you have a group that is interested in having a workshop together, whether daytime only or staying at the Inn overnight, please contact [email protected] to schedule a time and a workshop.


Group Programming

Located just 30 minutes from Baltimore and 45 minutes from Washington D.C., our farm is the perfect place for your group’s team building, meeting, or retreat needs. We offer a variety of settings for your event — from the entire Inn for overnight stays to our pavilion for large gatherings or breakout-session spaces for smaller groups.