Welcome to Evergreen!
At Evergreen, we believe in Learning by Doing. Using our 130-acre historic farm and surrounding forest as an outdoor classroom, we offer opportunities for hands-on learning about the world around us. Our abundant natural resources provide a meaningful place for children, youth, and adults to learn, grow, and thrive. Read more about our mission to empower children through experiential education HERE.
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Thank you for visiting! – Janice Keene, President Evergreen Heritage Center Foundation
An Appalachian Evening – New Event!
Evergreen Heritage Center Foundation in Partnership with the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad and Tracks And Yaks presents a Moonlight on the Mountain event. Ride the Rails (or meet at Evergreen), listen to LIVE music by Walker’s Bluegrass Rangers, grab drinks at the Cash Bar, and dig into Farm to Table Fixin’s by Savage Mountain Farm.
Train Riders: Depart Cumberland at 7:00 p.m. & return to station by 10:30 p.m. (Includes shuttle from EHC train stop to event)
Train (including event): Table $90/person | Lounge $100/person | Dome $110/person
Event Only: $30/person
Reserve here: https://wmsr.com
This is a fundraiser for Evergreen Classroom Repairs
Become a Friend of Evergreen!
Become a “Friend of Evergreen” and your contribution supports a variety of museum and agriculture projects, educational programs and workshops for the schools and community, and continued conservation and property maintenance.
Lessons from the Past: Appalachian Food Traditions Podcasts
Frostburg State University Honors students enrolled in Experiencing Appalachia partnered with the Evergreen Heritage Center to research prominent crops in Appalachia from the time of the Civil War to World War I and to learn more about their rich history and the mark they have left on the region of Appalachia. This class provides students a chance to understand that Appalachia isn’t just a place, but a culture full of amazing things like food, dancing, music, and history. Students researched the uses, history, sources and economic impact of Apples, Mushrooms, Corn, Potatoes, Grapes, and Berries. Listen HERE.
Take a virtual tour of the Evergreen Heritage Center
Tour our award-winning programs in action, and learn about our unique history spanning three centuries.
Read our latest Evergreen Highlight:
Check out this article on the newly renovated barn HERE