University of Maryland Extension

August 2014

Baltimore City Master Gardeners were recently featured in a piece on WBAL-TV 11 News for their "war on weeds" at Fort McHenry to help prepare for a celebration commemorating the 200th year of the...
Maryland oyster growers got the chance this summer to engage in shoptalk across an international border. Shellfish farmers from the Canadian province of Nova Scotia visited the state in July for a...
The 2014 farm bill created new commodity programs, created new crop insurance products, and streamlined many of the conservation programs. Maryland farmers will have many questions over the new FSA...
At the edge of a field at the Western Maryland Research and Education Center (WMREC) in Keedysville sits a penned-in area known as the “Goat Hilton.” Fifteen goats spend most of their time in the...
Master Garden Fest 14
University of Maryland Extension Master Gardeners at the Baltimore County Ag Center sponsored Garden Celebration with kids activities, heirloom tomato tastings, fun with herbs, worm composting...
In order to be efficient and productive, farmers of today must constantly stay connected with the technologies of tomorrow. That’s why the 4th annual MidAtlantic Precision Ag Equipment Day brought...
Agritourism operators and other ag producers allowing the public on their property often worry about liability if a guest is injured while on the property. Although many of us worry about these...
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