When Ali Mohadjer was around 7 years old, his father retired and began gardening at their home in Iran. Those days helping his father with his roses and cherry trees led to the younger Mohadjer getting a “little green thumb,” and hoping one day to have a little orchard, farm or garden, Mohadjer said.
Maryland moves forward on plans for an offshore wind farm. Friday, lawmakers learned from the energy administration just how close the state is to turning on the turbines.
State police say they’ve identified a murder victim whose decomposed remains were found in a shallow grave on a western Maryland farm in 1986.
“Farm fresh” has a new meaning for some Thanksgiving fanatics this year. As Maryland turkey farms are gearing up for the season, one Baltimore County farm has nearly sold out.
Gordon Feinblatt LLC has started an agricultural law practice group during a time when attorneys say there is an increased demand in the farming community for legal representation.
Czech Republic foresters ended a 2 1/2-hour visit to Gaver Farm in Mount Airy pleased with the knowledge gleaned from Christmas tree farmers Mike and Lisa Gaver. They plan to use the information to operate a Christmas tree business at home.
Keeping local dollars local–that’s the challenge Maryland officials are asking residents to do this week.
A few months ago, Matt Holloway expanded the footprint of his hydroponic lettuce greenhouse.
The Rodonovich family decided to grow their own food to eat healthy and make some money, and Twinhill Farm was born.
Baltimore City school students take a field trip that could change the rest of their lives. The USDA visits students at a working farm, where they are literally getting an education from the ground up.
Following the lawsuit that brought national attention to Maryland farmers, a group of academics is working to find out what legal resources the stewards of Maryland’s largest industry may want.
It was 60 years ago, and Otho “O.W.” Mears, 88, remembers an experience that has stayed with him all these years.