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“Winter meeting season”, also known as the months of January, February, and March, is upon us here at the Extension Office. Over the next few months, various trainings, classes, and workshops will be held in order to provide farmers with the latest research and updates on regulations so that…

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County Farm Bureau delegates to Maryland Farm Bureau’s 104th annual meeting in Davidsonville adopted policies to guide the organization in 2020. Key topics included local food procurement, pesticide stewardship, rural broadband, commercial solar, and agricultural education.

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“Winter meeting season”, also known as the months of January, February, and March, is upon us here at the Extension Office. Over the next few months, various trainings, classes, and workshops will be held in order to provide farmers with the latest research and updates on regulations so that…

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County Farm Bureau delegates to Maryland Farm Bureau’s 104th annual meeting in Davidsonville adopted policies to guide the organization in 2020. Key topics included local food procurement, pesticide stewardship, rural broadband, commercial solar, and agricultural education.

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University of Maryland Extension, University of Delaware Extension and the Maryland-Delaware Forage Council’s Maryland-Delaware Hay and Pasture Conference Series. This series of conferences will be held at four locations: Delmarva, Jan. 14 in Harrington, Delaware; Southern Maryland, Jan. 15,…

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Since I have been with the University of Maryland Extension, I have witnessed a change in the agricultural landscape of Frederick County. This…

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Social media is a great tool for telling your farm’s story, as well as engaging with current and potential customers. But in the midst of the …

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Somehow, it’s November, and amidst the Christmas decorations that are beginning to appear, I’d like to take the time to pause and say thank you.