ANMP group training
Updated: January 23, 2024
By Emileigh Lucas

Program Director

The Agricultural Nutrient Management Program (ANMP) Director works collaboratively with the Assistant Director of Agriculture and Food Systems Extension (AgFS) to provide leadership for the ANMP which is dedicated to delivering education, research, and plan writing services in the field of agricultural nutrient management throughout Maryland. Best consideration 2/18/24. To apply or learn more, please visit:

Coordinator (Nutrient Management Advisor)

The University of Maryland Extension is seeking dedicated individuals to join our team as Nutrient Management Advisors. Our mission is to provide educational programs and resources to Maryland farmers, helping them implement environmentally responsible nutrient management practices. As a Nutrient Management Advisor, you will play a crucial role in helping Maryland farmers develop and implement nutrient management plans. We are looking for individuals who are passionate about agriculture, have strong communication and organizational skills, and an understanding of farming operations and computer systems. University of Maryland Extension has five job openings in Caroline, Montgomery, Wicomico/Worcester, Washington Counties, and a Statewide position. To apply or learn more, please visit


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