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ACLT’s Double Oak Farm

Regenerative farming for the benefit of the community!

Double Oak Farm uses environmentally friendly and sustainable farming methods. In addition, ACLT offers an educational garden demonstrating a dozen methods of natural home gardening and displaying historical and Native American farming techniques.


Much of the land ACLT has preserved over the past 30 years was once tobacco farmland. The Double Oak Road property, located off of Dares Beach Road in Prince Frederick, is now home to ACLT’s office, the North Side Trailhead, and ACLT’s Double Oak Farm.


Our Farm donates approximately 80% of its harvest to St. John Vianney’s Interfaith Food Pantry – which means thousands of pounds of fresh, naturally grown fruits and vegetables are given to those most in need right here in Calvert County. We invite you to visit to learn about regenerative practices you can use in your own garden. Contact us at to schedule a group visit or to find out more.


Volunteers are Needed — No Experience Necessary

We’re happy to share years of expertise and teach natural, environmentally conscious farming and gardening that you can use in your own garden. Plus, volunteers take some veggies home. Other garden experiments you can get involved in include: the brand new Food Forest, perma-culture, Hugelkultur, and more.

Weekly Volunteer Days (May – Oct):

Wednesdays, 10AM-12PM (harvest day, guaranteed weekly)
Thursdays, 11 AM-1PM (varies based on volunteer availability)
Saturdays, 9AM-11AM (varies based on volunteer availability)

Are you available to help? Sign up as a volunteer online and we’ll be in touch.
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