High School & Post-Secondary Education


A sequence of courses makes up the high school and post secondary agricultural education programs throughout Maryland and the entire nation. Programs currently exist in approximately 40 high schools, several community colleges, and the University of Maryland, College Park, and University of Maryland, Eastern Shore.

For information on high school and/or post secondary programs, see respective tabs or contact Terrie Shank, Assistant Director, at 301-663-4192, email tshank@maefonline.com

The secondary/post secondary staff work is divided into four major categories – namely program development, professional development, program information and records, and teacher recruitment and retention. Within each category are listed activities that staff works on annually.

Agriculture Education Programs in Maryland

2016-2017 Maryland Agricultural Education Staff & Program Directory

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Scholarships

Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation’s Announcement for 2014 Urban Youth Garden Grants as part of AG Returns to the City Program and the Edible Classroom 

Objective of Project

The goal of the Edible Classroom Youth Gardening Project is to increase the awareness of and appreciation for agriculture in the lives of urban students through hands-on gardening and classroom activities that meet MSDE’s State Curriculum. By implementing MAEF’s mission, this project offers students direct experience with growing, harvesting and preparing fresh foods while learning plant requirements, growing conditions, nutrition and wellness. 

Eligibility

Elementary and Secondary Teachers and Youth Educators working in Urban Areas 

Grant Information

Two types of grants are available. The first grant is for NEW GARDENS and is awarded up to $500. The second grant is for EXISTING GARDENS and is awarded up to $250. Deadline for grant application is March 10, 2014. Send application materials to MAEF, P.O. Box 536, Havre de Grace, MD 21078. Funding awards will be announced by March 24, 2014. Call the MAEF Office with questions or comments (410) 939-9030. Ask for George.

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Professional Development

Teach Agriculture in Maryland

Hard Bargain Farm First Gathering of Non-Profit and Organizational FBE

Montpelier Farms