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Farm Bureau Updates

 

Our winter newsletter is now available. Read it here!

The 2021 Harford County Farm Bureau Scholarship is now Available!
Click here to learn more about the program! Deadline for the application is May 21st, 2021.

 

In the News

Harford 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 Harford County residents, along with some farmer profiles!


The Farmers & Community Partnership of Harford County has been very Busy!

If you haven’t already seen the program on your HCN channel during the month of January, check it out by clicking here!
We filmed on a very cold afternoon in the display barn at the Steppingstone Farm Museum.  Those appearing in the program are Dr. Sharon Stowers (Harford Community College), Haley Miller (Steppingstone Farm Museum), Julie Mancini (Hayes Heighe House at HCC), Greg Murrell (North Harford High School), Jason Gallion (Harford County Agricultural Specialist and State Senator), and Andy Kness (University of Maryland Extension).  Hosted by Kristy Breslin, the program does a great job describing the work of the Partnership and how it supports Harford County agriculture.

Virtual Symposium: Harford County, MD- Rooted in Agriculture
Saturday, March 20,2021 (9:00AM-12:00 Noon)
Click here to see registration information

We are now editing and adding photographs and descriptions to the many hours of presentations, interviews, and demonstrations that were filmed at Indian Spring Farm and in Havre de Grace in preparation for our 2021 Virtual Symposium.  The symposium will be livestreamed from The Grove, complete with guest hosts and our presenters and farmers answering questions from the attendees.  The Ag-Venture, being coordinated with Harford County Public Schools, is an opportunity for students (and their families) to participate in various activities relating to agriculture.  This is going to be a phenomenal event, and a “keepsake” production about Harford County!  We are anticipating a local, national, and maybe international audience!

 

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