Friday, March 7, 2014

Woops we got hacked!
Sorry folks!
We are working on getting it all sorted out.
In the mean time check us out on Face Book

Come visit us at the First Farmers Market.
Sunday Farmers Market under the Jones Falls expressway
Sunday April 6th.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Now you can follow us on twitter.

Visit KICKSTARTER today to donate. Every dollar counts. We are hoping to raise close to $326 a day.

We just wanted to thank everyone so far for helping out. we've got some upcoming events that we want to let people know about so they can help spread the word & let people know there are many ways to contribute.
  • October 10 , Clementine Restaurant is having a spaghetti dinner where all proceeds will go to help our projects .
  • October 16 , Baltimore Tattoo Museum is having an all day ink-a-thon! All proceeds go to the Hamilton Crop Circle.
  • October 23,  Chameleon Cafe is doing a 7 course, 7 farm, all local benefit dinner. All proceeds will go to our KICKSTARTER Campaign!
Visit us on Facebook: Hamilton Crop Circle
Follow us on Twitter: Arthur_HCC

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Help Support our project on Kickstarter!

We are raising funds to support our farming efforts in Baltimore!
We need your help to grow! Please check out our project on
Help spread the word anyway you can!!

Click here to go to our project page and watch the video!

What we have been up to!!


Friday, May 20, 2011

Friday, March 25, 2011

Saturday morning - april 2nd - Hamilton Elementary Middle School 9am - 2am / volunteer clean up day , getting ready to plant for the spring !!! Please bring any tools to help & spread the word to anyone who is interested in gardening this season ! Thank you , Arthur

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Monday, May 24, 2010

About Hamilton Crop Circle

Provide fresh organic produce to local businesses, and integrate young people into the sustainable practices related to growing organic produce to promote a peaceful lifestyle.
The Hamilton crop circle is a group of local volunteers who have come together to help their community discover the benefits of growing fresh local organic produce. As the relationship between the group and the community continued to grow, so did their awareness of the benefits of living a more local sustainable life. It became apparent that living a healthy happy lifestyle had many natural benefits that many in the community had not yet experienced. In order to assist those in need, the crop circle started sharing food with other members of the community besides its volunteers. Local restaurants became interested in purchasing the fresh locally grown organic produce for their valued customers. More opportunities emerged to engage the community in the garden initiatives. A local community school was looking for an organization to partner with that would allow the teachers, the students and the staff to become more involved in what was happening in this community. Having a community garden on the school grounds has had a tremendous positive benefit already, and the energy that is surrounding this project is immeasurable. The students along with all of those who are involved are greatly looking forward to working together in the future to show the benefits that gardening can have at every level of our community. The potential for the students to learn about the benefits of working with local businesses and other groups in the community are endless. As we continue to grow we will always be thankful for the opportunity to work together and grow together in order to live a peaceful life.