ABOUT US

It all starts with an idea. How could we provide leadership in agricultural preservation, serve our community, and retell the hidden stories and absent narratives of the people that lived on and worked this land?

Start the Farm Heritage Conservancy, of course!

WHAT WE DO

We are a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the agricultural, historical, and educational heritage of Southern Maryland. 

OUR VISION

Our vision is to engage, inform, and inspire the public as we build on the unique heritage that is Southern Maryland.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Franklin A. Robinson, Jr.

Daniel T. Callis

A. Theresa Robinson

Lucille Ward Walker

Theresa A. Worden

REMEMBERED BY THE WIND

In 2012, a massive storm roared across the United States from Iowa to the Chesapeake Bay leaving a swath of destruction. On Serenity Farm, the storm uprooted an enormous Oak tree leaving a massive hole -- resulting in an archaeological discovery and the beginning of a forensic quest by the farm owners, a team of experts, and the local African American community. 

Preview the documentary directed by Joe Habraken and created in partnership with the Farm Heritage Conservancy.

ABOUT US

Our vision is to engage, inform, and inspire the public as we build on the unique heritage that is Southern Maryland. 

ADDRESS

MAILING:

P.O. Box 226
Benedict, MD 20612

GPS LOCATION: 

6960 Serenity Farm Road

Hughesville MD, 20637

 

info@farmheritageconservancy.org

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