Welcome to Fair Weather Farm at Fairhill
                                         your community farm in Cecil County, Maryland

Founded in 2008, Fair Weather Farm at Fairhill, is a family owned and operated USDA Certified Organic Farm in Cecil County, Maryland. We have been supplying individuals and families with the finest organic produce for years.

Farming to us is more than simply growing a sustainable crop, but it's also the responsibility of safeguarding the integrity of the land and its natural resources. Our family’s desire is to be good stewards of the land for future generations. 

We also believe we have a social responsibility in educating our community in growing, harvesting & preserving sustainable grown foods to those who want to learn a healthier lifestyle. From our family to yours, we invite you to enjoy our delicious home-grown produce through our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. 

CSA: Community Supported Agriculture.

It's a mutually beneficial relationship between farmers and the community in which participants provide funding for the farmer in advance of the growing season in exchange for produce during the growing season. Items vary according to the season. 

Instead of your "typical" CSA where you're locked into weekly pickup, on a specific day/time & we pick/package your "share" for you, we're changing it up to benefit our customers.

NEW for 2017: your preseason payment will allow you to shop our "Mix & Match" Produce Member Market where you choose the amount of produce you want on the day & time of your choosing*. You're not held down to weekly pickups. You can come as often as you want and take as much as you need. The "discounted" produce costs will be deducted from your preseason payment. It's that simple!

We're offering a delicious assortment of vegetables jam-packed full of nutrients. From a bounty of fresh-leafy greens to a variety of colorful root crops.

Our 2017 CSA Season will begin June 7th and run for 24 weeks through November 17th.

You will see quite a variety of Greens like Gourmet Lettuce, Kale, Swiss Chard & Mustard Greens + Beans, Summer Squash, Peppers, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Zucchini and some tasty rooted crops like potatoes, radishes & beets.

See our Full Vegetable Harvest Chart

Select Below The CSA Membership Plan That Fits Your Needs

When you choose to prepay $300, you'll receive a 5% Discount on our “Mix & Match” Market, which earns you an additional $15 Dollars in “Crop Cash” on us.

When you choose to prepay $600, you'll receive a 10% Discount on our “Mix & Match” Market, which earns you an additional $30 Dollars in “Crop Cash” on us.

Our Farm's Market Offers....

- fresh organic produce,   

- local honey,                  

- herbs,    

- free range eggs                       

- seasonal floral bouquets,

- freshly canned soups+        

- fruit preserves+        

- handmade natural soaps and lotions.   

- dried flowers / wreaths and more

FARM TOURS  Get To Know Us!  

Bring the family & visit our farm where you can get a behind the scenes tour thru the greenhouse, see our acres of growing crops, visit the barn animals, learn about our CSA Programs and upcoming events and workshops. Contact Us  to schedule a tour.


Nancy Bentley is owner/operator of Fair Weather Farm at Fairhill, Inc. She has long been a believer in educating the public. Nancy has served as a Cecil County Master Gardener for the past 6+ years and has contributed to many healthy food programs and elementary school farm education programs.

CSA Subscriptions from the farm, as well as workshops and classes she offers helps support the Non-Profit “Watkins Farm For Our Future" which offers a place for elementary children to come out and explore the farm & gardens, visit the animals and learn about vegetables growing in their natural state.

Nancy’s husband Randy is actively involved in the farm’s activities and maintenance as well as her 2 sons, Cameron and Christian.

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Fair Weather Farm at Fairhill    5821 Telegraph Road  Elkton, Maryland 21921      

Cecil County     (302) 530-7028

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