The Maryland Agricultural Resource Council is organized for the benefit of the citizens of Maryland to enhance the rural economy and to foster conservation of agricultural and natural resources through educational and technical services.
Located in the beautiful Caves Valley in Owings Mills just northwest of Baltimore, Irvine has built a reputation as a leading Environmental Education Center for students and families, children and adults.
encompasses 1,043 beautiful acres and is home to the Oregon Ridge Nature Center
which was created to promote a better appreciation for the environment by offering recreational and educational programs to the public.
Simple ways to beautify your yard while preserving the health of your community stream.
It is a 380-acre stream valley park comprised of pasture, cultivated gardens, open fields, woods, hedgerows, orchards and wooded piedmont hills.
is a organization where gardening enthusiasts of all levels and interests come together to expand their knowledge of horticulture.
It's mission is to promote awareness, appreciation, and conservation of Maryland's native plants and their habitats.
is Baltimore County’s pristine waterfront nature center on the Chesapeake Bay, and is part of the U.S. National Park Service’s Chesapeake Gateways Network.
Diminishes hunger by helping backyard gardeners share their excess garden produce with neighborhood food pantries.
seeks to work creatively across jurisdictions to raise awareness and encourage landowners to become environmental stewards.
is a non-profit organization, mobilizes people and resources to care for the lands, waters and character of the Gunpowder Watershed.
helps to bring the joy of gardening (especially with rhododendrons!) to the public with booths at several Maryland home and garden shows, other garden-related activities, and appearances at local nurseries.
(MASCD) serves as the voice for Maryland's 24 soil and water conservation districts on state legislative issues.