Two Acre Farm

November 17, 2019

Annabel Redisch
Containers of pickles from Two Acre Farm.

For Nicole Olson, the owner of Two Acre Farm, family and farming go together. She and her husband bought a farm 18 years ago, right before her first son was born. Ever since, her whole family has worked on the farm, including her two teenage sons.

In addition to farming together, the family sells their products together. Olson owns the stand next door at the market, called The Brinery at Two Acre Farm. It sells pickles, while Two Acre farm sells vegetables and salsa. Her sons often join her at the market to help manage the booths.

Olson has been coming to the Bethesda farmers market for over 15 years, and says that the community aspect of farmers markets is what makes her love farming.

“They have seen my kids grow up and I’ve seen their kids grow up,” Olson said. “The camaraderie is awesome.”

About the Photographer
Photo of Annabel Redisch
Annabel Redisch, Photo Director
Grade

12

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I wanted to be a park of the journalism program but in a less stressful way than being a writer

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