The Maryland Department of Agriculture is urging residents to help reduce the spread of invasive species that pose a threat to agricultural and natural resources.
Maryland agriculture officials say new fertilizer regulations may be phased in over the next year, instead of being implemented all at once in the fall.
Though we’re still three weeks away from the last day of summer, for many, it effectively ends Labor Day. Also wrapping up is the Maryland State Fair.
Chicken skeletons from China arrived to Baltimore by sea. But Baltimore U.S. Customs and Border Protection wouldn’t allow them in the city.
Keeping local dollars local–that’s the challenge Maryland officials are asking residents to do this week.
A massive plant with sap that burns like acid. It’s not the latest Hollywood monster. It’s real.
Organic and sustainable farming are among the areas that will be studied at a 365-acre farm recently acquired by the University of Maryland Eastern Shore for use as an agricultural research facility.
Maryland’s first Northeast hops conference held in Frederick proved that the industry is rebounding.
A Maryland Senate committee has approved an agriculture certainty bill that has split support from environmental groups.
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History is collecting stories about agriculture innovations for a future exhibition on American business.
Students from Maryland and Virginia are spending an alternative spring break working on environmental projects and learning about the Chesapeake Bay, rather than escaping to Cancun or the Caribbean.
Hitching health and greener planet hopes to the local food movement? You may want to reconsider.