The following report commissioned by The Harry R. Hughes Center for Agro-Ecology, Inc. analyzes trends impacting the agricultural and forestry industries in Maryland, including farmland loss, local food production and clean water requirements.
Starting an agricultural business in Maryland is an exciting and challenging undertaking. But, careful planning, a good understanding of your numbers, adaptability, and perseverance are often the keys to a successful business start-up. Your Ag Business Venture: ...
Applications are open for BIPOC FIRE! Black-Indigenous-People-of-Color Farming in Relationship with Earth (BIPOC FIRE, formerly known as Black Latinx Farmers Immersion) is an immersion… https://t.co/QFDsNm7Ki6
While heavy agricultural areas in Lancaster County contribute a significant portion of nitrogen and phosphorous contamination entering the bay, the Wyoming Valley carries some of the blame as well including nitrogen and phosphorous used to fertilize lawns in suburban areas.