Prince George's 4-H Poultry Club

Prince George's 4-H Poultry Club

Looking for a club for your little one? Check out this new 4-H Club!

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Hope Honey Farm Featured in The Sentinel

Hope Honey Farm Featured in The Sentinel

Hyattsville bee farm provides useful products in our backyard

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Owl's Nest Farm Featured in The Guardian

Owl's Nest Farm Featured in The Guardian

Back to the land: are young farmers the new starving artists?

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Aquaponics Adventures at Fairmont Heights High School

Aquaponics Adventures at Fairmont Heights High School

Learn more about Fairmont Heights aquaponics program!

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Two Prince George's County Farms Win 'Snail of Approval' Awards

Two Prince George's County Farms Win 'Snail of Approval' Awards

We are so excited to see that two Prince George’s County farms won the Slow Food DC Snail of Approval Award! Congrats to Clagett Farm and Owl’s Nest Farm.

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What Our Region Grows: Briefing on Newly-Released Agriculture Report

What Our Region Grows: Briefing on Newly-Released Agriculture Report

Did you know that less than 3% of the tomatoes, potatoes, and blueberries consumed in the Washington, DC area are grown here?

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World Food Prize Hosts Record Number of Young Leaders at 2018 Global Youth Institute

World Food Prize Hosts Record Number of Young Leaders at 2018 Global Youth Institute

Check out what local teens have been up to with the Global Youth Institute

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Brittney Drakeford talks about her experiences at the Cottage City Community Garden

Brittney Drakeford talks about her experiences at the Cottage City Community Garden

Did you know that Cottage City Community Gardens grows peppers for Soilful City's Pippin Sauce?

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ECO City Farms teaches composting at 'Armed to Urban Farm' program

ECO City Farms teaches composting at 'Armed to Urban Farm' program

This fall, a group of military veterans and near-retirement active duty soldiers took a close look at sustainable, small-scale urban farming enterprises in the Washington, D.C., area and learned about urban farming as a viable career choice.

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