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Get Your Garden Buzzing with Bugs

Get Your Garden Buzzing with Bugs

   Whether you’re a master gardener with sprawling flower gardens or a novice with a container garden of vegetables and herbs on your balcony, one thing is certain: You need help from bugs to keep them thriving.  Thanks to bug-lovers like Emily Zobel, who works for...
Maryland Farmers Fight Air Pollution with Renewable Fuels

Maryland Farmers Fight Air Pollution with Renewable Fuels

Living within the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, Maryland’s farmers have long been drivers of sustainability — from soil conservation practices to nutrient and pest management — to help protect our waterways. This also holds true for the air we breathe. That’s why many...
Say Cheese to Maryland Cheesemaking

Say Cheese to Maryland Cheesemaking

When Amanda Miller began cheesemaking almost 10 years ago, little did she know it would turn into a hunger for more.  “I love cooking and baking and thought this couldn’t be much different. Boy, was I wrong! I fell in love with the challenge of learning and the...
Maryland Farm Welcomes Thousands of “Guests”

Maryland Farm Welcomes Thousands of “Guests”

It’s pick-your-own strawberry season at Larriland Farm in Howard County. This family-owned farm has been growing strawberries for decades and welcoming guests to enjoy the fruits of their labors. But this year, they have even more “guests” that are not as...
Maryland is an Odds on Favorite for Horses

Maryland is an Odds on Favorite for Horses

Every morning, Reisterstown veterinarian Dr. Michael Harrison starts his day by 6:30 a.m. But the day doesn’t begin by him putting on a white doctor’s coat and caring for patients. It starts with him hopping into his John Deer Gator to navigate the family farm’s...