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Made in Baltimore supports makers and manufacturers in Baltimore City, connecting businesses to the tools they need to grow, create jobs, and strengthen our local economy. Learn More About Us.

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Click below to explore the variety of products made locally like handcrafted clothing, accessories, home goods and more on the Made in Baltimore online store. Pictured to the left (from left to right) are: DENT Education, The Boutique Life and Urban Roots Company.

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Latest News & EVents

Why I buy local in Baltimore

Why I buy local in Baltimore

By Andy Cook For The Baltimore Sun Nov 23, 2022    In the spring of 2009, I picked up my camera, left Baltimore, and set out on a two-month road trip to document the impact of the recession on everyday Americans. As I drove a clockwise loop around the country, I...

Baltimore City Expands Zoning for Makers

Baltimore City Expands Zoning for Makers

At the end of December, Mayor Brandon Scott signed into law City Council Bill 21-0113, which greatly expands the available real estate for makers in Baltimore City.  Specifically, the bill makes the uses Food Processing: Light and Art Studio: Industrial permitted uses...

2022 Featured Member Stories: Cajou Creamery

2022 Featured Member Stories: Cajou Creamery

Author: Jacob TookPhotography: Kyle Pompey Nicole and Dwight, founders of Cajou Creamery, just wanted to find a tasty, healthy sweet treat for their lactose-intolerant kids. Dwight had 15 years of culinary experience, and Nicole was earning her raw food chef...

Made In Baltimore is a program of the

 

Additional support provided by:

 
City of Baltimore
Goldseker Foundation
Straus Foundation
Central Baltimore Partnership
T Rowe
PNC Foundation
Abell Foundation
Baltimore Office of Sustainability
BARCO
 

Initial funding provided by the U.S. Economic Development Administration.