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This edition of Agronomy News includes articles on COVID-19, PPE shortages, essential worker permits, Syngenta settlement payments, spring weed control in pasture and hay, UME forage survey, Maryland sensitive crop locator, proactive management if herbicide-resistant...More info

Land use regulations and zoning

Urban Ag home | Table of contents Zoning and land-use regulations are how states and local governments control how land within their jurisdictions may be used. Some land uses will be allowed without a permit and others will require a permit, usually called either a “special use” or “conditional use...

Solving cash flow problems

Urban Ag home | Table of contents Most farms at one time or another experience cash flow problems. The cash flow budget is one of the best ways to pinpoint these problems, but it will not solve cash flow problems, rather it reveals symptoms of problems. Measures can then be taken to deal with the...

How to Lease Your Land With a Conservation Easement (FS-1049)

A conservation easement is a right or power which a landowner gives to a third party. Landowners may choose to donate easements for a variety of reasons, including tax benefits and/ or an interest in land conservation for environmental or other concerns. This guide walks through some legal...

Mid-Shore Solar Energy Leasing Workshop

Friday, Dec. 9, 2016 - 9:30am to 1:00pm
Chesapeake College
Photo by Edwin Remsberg. Landowners with properties in Caroline, Dorchester, Queen Anne’s, and Talbot counties who have been approached to lease their land to solar and wind energy companies are invited to attend a four-hour workshop December 9, 2016, at Chesapeake College. Three faculty from the...
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