Tuesday Webinars

Check Out Women in Agriculture Webinars!

They are offered on the second Tuesday of each month. They are FREE and open to all!


2024 Webinar Schedule

Offered the second Tuesday of each month. Topics cover all areas of risk management.

4/9/2024 Strategies to Extend the Grazing the Season This presentation will discuss a variety of strategies that can be used to extend the grazing season, including the use of legumes, annual forages, stockpiled forage, corn stalks, and cover crops. Amanda Grev
5/14/2024 Nuisance and Right to Farm Do you understand Right-to-Farm laws and how they protect operations against a nuisance suit?  This session will cover those issues. Paul Goeringer
6/11/2024 Land Use Considerations in the Mid-Atlantic with a Focus on Solar Development Empowering Producers in Land Use Decision-Making in the Mid-Atlantic as development pressures on farmland increase. A discussion covering renewable energy developments and resources for land owner decision-making.  Elizabeth Thilmany & Paul Goeringer
7/9/2024 Setting Up a Farm Chart of Accounts A chart of accounts is the base to all financial recordkeeping. The chart of accounts is an organized classification of transactions within the business. It makes managing the finances easier to manage, categorize, and understand. This webinar will provide an introduction to setting up a farm chart of accounts. Shannon Dill
9/10/2024 Interplanting for Pollinators Using a variety of native plants incorporated into the landscape can increase biodiversity and improve natural pest control. Learn more about what these insects need, and how we can encourage their populations. Mikaela Boley
10/8/2024 How to Interpret a Soil Test Report pH, organic matter, CEC, ppm, FIV, base saturation, oh my! This presentation will cover the basics of a soil test report and how to make management decisions based on your test results. Andrew Kness
11/12/2024 Advanced Cover Cropping We will present a cover crop planning protocol and tools for getting more agronomic and financial benefits from cover cropping. We will evaluate successful cover crop systems used in various farming enterprises and scales. Sarah Hirsh
The most recent webinars

Farm Wells and Drinking Water Quality
Video Length: 44:16  |  Date: March 12, 2024
Speaker: Dr. Andy Lazur
Description: A summary of the Maryland farm well-drinking water project results and recommended well care and treatment practices will be presented. Watch Video

Miscanthus as an Alternative Crop in the Mid-Atlantic
Video Length: 43:49  |  Date: February 13, 2024
Speaker: Dr. Haley Sater, University of Maryland Extension
Description: Giant miscanthus (Miscanthus giganteus) is a sterile hybrid, high-yielding grass that was bred to be a biomass crop. On the Eastern Shore of Maryland it is being grown for use in local poultry houses as a bedding material. Watch video