About Trappe Creek Organic Farm

To the east of Route 113 lies the 175-square-mile watershed of the coastal bays which includes Berlin, Ocean City, Parts of Snow Hill and Pocomoke and the Assawoman, Isle of Wight, Newport, Chincoteague, and Sinepuxent bays. Trappe Creek Farm lies within this watershed. We are located just east of the town of Berlin and five miles from Assageague Island. Our farm is bordered on the south by Trappe Creek which flows into Aires Creek, then on to Sinepuxent Bay and finally the Atlantic Ocean.

 Trappe Creek Looking East

We take our job as stewards of the land and its inhabitants  seriously. Trappe Creek Organic Farm is registered with the National Wildlife Federation as a Certified Wildlife Habitat.

This certification is just one of the reasons we farm organically. We grow herbs and vegetables without herbicides, or fumigants. All our fertilizer is natural. Whatever we use, it is from natural occurring ingredients. To enrich the soil, we plant cover crops such as giant red clover, rye grass and buckwheat. We do our weeding with rototillers and hand tools. It takes more work, but we think that farming organically is the healthiest choice for us, our bees, our customers and Trappe Creek.

We sell our healthy local pure and natural honey here at the farm.




Maintaining a safe, accessible, and sustainable food system for the Delmarva region



 "Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you're a thousand miles from the corn field."

Dwight D. Eisenhower