Aquaculture

Protecting the Chesapeake Bay by producing every Marylanders favorite foods.

Similar to agriculture in Maryland, aquaculture is also very important to the state’s economy, environment, and consumers. Aquaculture is an important part of Maryland’s history and remains an important part of many communities throughout the state.

The aquaculture industry is a branch of agriculture. Our farmers and watermen are facing some of the same issues – labor shortages, property rights, regulatory burdens, and more. Just like farmers, you’re busy. You don’t have time at the end of the day to track bills and regulations that could impact your operation. Let us help you.

Our staff works in Annapolis each day during the 90-day legislative session to ensure our food providers are not limited by harmful bills signed into law. The remainder of the year is spent working with regulatory agencies and key stakeholders in developing common-sense regulation. Maryland Farm Bureau has _____.

Your input is valuable to us. Join today and make your voice heard – in your local community, in Annapolis, and in Washington, D.C.

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