MONTGOMERY COUNTY FARM BUREAU The Roots of Maryland Agriculture are Grown Locally

Farm Bureau Updates

Save the date – June 27, 2019: Montgomery Co. Engagement Presentation

Do you ever get that tough question from a customer that’s hard to answer at your on-farm market or while you’re selling at the local farmer’s market?  If you answered yes, then join the Promotion & Education Committee on Thursday, June 27th, 7:00 p.m, at the Extension Office as members offer tips and techniques for Making the Consumer Connection. This presentation and discussion is helpful to farmers and employees who share how and why you grow/raise your farm products. RSVP required.

To attend, please email the MCFB Secretary by June 25, 2019.

See you on June 27th!

Save the date – September 21, 2019: Farm to Table Dinner

Are you looking for an enjoyable evening out?  How about dinner at Waredaca Farm & Brewery enjoying a delicious meal prepared by Doug Kellner, Executive Chef at GrillMarx Steakhouse & Raw Bar.  Chef Doug and his staff will prepare a meal showcasing ingredients from local farms.  Embrace local agriculture at this scenic farm, taste local beer and wine, and chat with your farmers.  Learn more about local food sources and how your food is grown.  

Buy your tickets here.  It’s a wonderful evening out. Make it a date night or evening out with friends! This is an adult only event.


Dates to Remember:


Congratulations to 2019 MCFB Agriculture Ambassador Olivia Scuderi and Assistant Ambassadors Carla Heyser and Mallary Graham. Olivia, Carla, and Mallary will promote agriculture throughout the county by sharing their ag stories and engaging in conversations with consumers about food from farm to fork.

Do you have an on-farm event or activity where they can share their ag stories or facilitate a fun activity about where food comes from?  Are you a teacher who would like to schedule an agriculture lesson for your classroom? Email the MCFB Secretary at

Learn about our scholarship programs.

Meet our Agriculture Ambassador.


In the News

Montgomery County Farm Bureau makes it easy to get involved and make a difference at the local level.

Here you’ll find news articles about issues important to Montgomery County residents, along with some farmer profiles!

RFD-TV traveled beyond the nation’s capital to learn how wheat growers are connecting policy to the field

Montgomery County family inducted into Agriculture Hall of Fame

Industrial hemp advocates hope this is their year in Annapolis

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