Three Part Harmony Farm sells fruits and vegetables to consumers in the DC-area. The farm grows produce on a two-acre parcel in Northeast Washington, DC, most of which is sold through a community-supported agricultural program, according to its website at http://threepartharmonyfarm.org/.
It supplies to local stores and restaurants in DC, including Pansaari and Potter’s House, according to the website. They also sell seedlings to Annie’s Ace Hardware.
The farm grows food for the region, including greens and roots in the spring and fall, and tomatoes, eggplant, garlic, and more for the summer.
The farm’s goal is to provide food for the area and combat food insecurity and lack of food variety.
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Seema Vithlani is a junior multi-platform journalism major and French minor at the University of Maryland. This spring she is also an editorial intern for Washington Gardener Magazine."Local First Friday" is a weekly blog series profiling independent garden businesses in the greater Washington, DC, and Mid-Atlantic region. Washington Gardener Magazine believes strongly in supporting and sourcing from local businesses first!