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Cause Area

  • Community
  • Employment
  • Environment
  • Hunger
  • People with Disabilities


PO BOX 968CLARKSBURG, MD 20871 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

We are a nonprofit, certified organic sustainable vegetable farm where people with and without disabilities come together to work, learn and grow healthy food. We provide meaningful employment for adults with developmental disabilities in the context of our sustainable vegetable farm, providing fresh local produce to our community through our CSA, Farm to Group Home and Farm to Food Bank programs. We also provide educational and service learning opportunities for youth and adults around sustainable farming and environmental stewardship.


Founded in 1996, Red Wiggler was created to provide meaningful employment and healthy food for adults with developmental disabilities and now serves over 1,500 people annually.

Our core values are:

  • Reconnecting people with the source of their food and the local community.
  • Creating an environment of respect, cooperation, integrity, and innovative thinking.
  • Ensuring purposeful work and equal treatment for all stakeholders.
  • Fostering opportunities for outreach and meaningful education of youth, adults, and employees.
  • Building local food security for our community.
  • Being a catalyst for community collaborations and volunteerism.
  • Practicing environmental stewardship through sustainable farming practices and careful attention to watershed and habitat protection.
  • Conserving resources and reducing our carbon footprint through thoughtful decisions about our built environment, program development, and energy use.


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