• Preserving a Piece of History

    The Goshen Farm Preservation Society, Inc. is dedicated to safeguarding and restoring the historic Goshen Farm in Anne Arundel County. This unique properly has an 18th century farmhouse and related outbuildings on a mostly wooded 22 acre parcel owned by the Board of Education. Please help us restore the house and transform the land into a center for history and nature interpretation.

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  • Goshen Sharing Garden

    The Goshen Farm Sharing Garden provides a place for Goshen Farm members to garden. Garden Committee Chair Nicole Neboshynsky’s desire to revive the working history of Goshen Farm while making a positive impact on the community are key to the establishment of the Goshen Farm Sharing Garden, where beginning and expert gardeners are encouraged to “Get Dirty and Eat Fresh!

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2014 Spring Open House and Garden Party

1922153_10203091021414092_8812210_nOpen House and Garden Party, Saturday, April 12th 1-4 pm

Come visit our 11 point walking trail, see the artifacts and the Sharing Garden and work that has been done by midshipmen. Hear about the history of this 18th century property and our efforts to save and preserve it. This event is free, parking available. Lite refreshments. Look for the signs on Cape St. Claire Rd near the Fire House. Items for sale include t-shirts, books about the farm and memberships. Be A Part Of Local History!

Recent News

Sharing Garden

Centuries of Local History

The land called Goshen Farm originally consisted of 290 acres and was patented as Leonard’s Neck in 1663.  This farm is a very important part of the history of Cape St. Claire, the Broadneck Peninsula and Anne Arundel County. This property is located behind the Cape St. Claire Elementary School and is one of the few examples left of a Colonial farm in the county. Read More

The Farmhouse and Outbuildings

Many buildings have existed over the years on the farm. Some still remain, but several no longer exist. Each of the buildings on the Goshen Farm have their own history serve as a link to our past. The remaining buildings have stood the test of time and need to be preserved for generations to come. Read More

Photos Through the Years

View various galleries of photos taken through out the years. Some photos are historic and date back several decades and include buildings that no longer exist. Other photos are of the Goshen Farm Preservation Society’s efforts to restore the property and raise funds and awareness throughout the community. Read More