The University of Maryland Agriculture and Food Systems (AgFS) Extension Program serves the leading private industry in the state. In 2017, the market value of Maryland crops and livestock sold exceeded $2.4 billion and contributed $8.25 billion to the Maryland economy. AgFS educators provide unbiased, relevant research and education on a variety of essential agricultural and food topics to Maryland farmers, landowners, aspiring farmers, and service providers. The AgFS Program teams are shown below.
Agriculture and Food System Program Areas
Connect with one of our experts
Agriculture faculty are located in county offices and research and education centers around the state and on campus. With various expertise, we are ready to assist with agricultural-related information and education.
Online Self-Paced Courses
The AgFS team has created a number of self-paced online courses. Create a student account and see what AgFS online has to offer. https://umeagfs.teachable.com