Radix Farm uses sustainable farming methods to grow a wide variety of vegetables and herbs for our CSA, local restaurants, and Farmers Markets in the Washington, DC area. Our Certified Naturally Grown farm follows organic practices and focuses on building a healthy ecosystem while growing delicious produce.
At Radix Farm, sustainability means treating the entire farm environment with care and respect. We grow four acres of diversified produce without the use of synthetic chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, or genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Our natural growing methods and small-scale enables us to provide individual attention to the plants and nurture the soil. In addition, we strive to increase local food security and make nutritious food accessible to all members of the community.
Radix Farm is located in Upper Marlboro, Maryland just outside the capital beltway in Prince Georges County, less than 10 miles from Washington, DC. We started the farm in 2009, beginning on just a half acre and selling produce to local restaurants. We have been growing and expanding since, now with four acres, farmers markets, an 80 member CSA, and more restaurant and co-op sales.
For the 2015 season, you can enjoy our produce by joining the CSA, or shopping at the Petworth Farmers Market on Saturday mornings.