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Ribbon Cutting At Harford County Extension Office

Group of people cutting ribbon to new office

Harford County Executive Barry Glassman welcomed area officials on Saturday, May 5 for a ceremonial ribbon-cutting at Harford County’s new Agricultural Center located at 3525 Conowingo Road in Street. Operating since January, the Center successfully consolidated several agencies, including the University of Maryland Extension office, serving the agricultural community under one roof to improve efficiency and collaboration.  Other tenants of the Center include Harford County Soil Conservation District (state and local offices), Maryland Department of Forest Pest Management, and the Harford County Farm Bureau. The site includes adequate parking for staff and visitors, a large meeting room with a teaching kitchen, and two conference rooms. The Center has additional space available to accommodate the federal Farm Service Agency and Natural Resource Conservation Service in the future.

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