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NRCS Works to Promote Soil Health Among Maryland Landowners

Lewis Smith, a fourth-generation farmer from Easton, Maryland, is working with NRCS to explore the benefits of healthy soil through a five-year cover-crop study on his 340-acre Beaver Dam Farm.

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A Baltimore City High Tunnel Farm Brings Agriculture to its Urban Surroundings

In a seemingly typical urban neighborhood, The Greener Garden hides in the backyards of the urban homes in Baltimore City. High tunnels allowed Warren and Lavette Blue to grow their backyard garden to a year-round produce farm.

Talbot County Waterman Succeeds at Oyster Restoration Projects
In Royal Oak, Md., Bobby Leonard stewards crops on the land and oysters in the water.
NRCS Works with Landowners to Create Habitat for “At-Risk” Warblers

Landowners partner with NRCS to create habitats for the golden-winged warbler and the cerulean warbler in the Appalachian region. In Maryland, foresters in Allegany County and Garrett County are targeting private forested lands to create high quality environments for these warblers.

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