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MARYLAND FFA FOUNDATION AWARDS 101 GIFT OF BLUE JACKETS

 

(HAVRE DE GRACE, MARYLAND) – July 17, 2020- Maryland FFA Foundation sponsored its 2020 Gift of Blue Program to 101 Maryland FFA members representing 34 chapters. Funding was provided through individual and organization donors and the Elmer Cooper Endowment. Chapters secured up to 3 FFA jackets at a reduced rate for deserving members.

 

Region 1:

Boonsboro– Lexie Baugher, Emma Hamilton, Aubrey Shank; Boonsboro Middle– Esther Lowe, Eliza Byrd, Noah Weddle;

Clear Spring– Colton Hendershot, Ben Hinz, William Fogle; Hancock– Amy Davis, Taylor Walls, Caleb Walls;

Smithsburg– Zack Sarber, Dawson Yankey, Dalton Smith; Washington County Tech– Zach Eby, Dylan Lang, Zionne Diallo.

 

Region 2:

Brunswick– Gabrielle Bowie, Emily Rimel, Nina Yurovsky; Catoctin– Abby Moreland, Austin Smith, Zander Sharpe;

Frederick– Justin Tran, Bella Sterba, Adam Bollinger; Linganore– Hannah Lindsey, Emily Ausherman, Kendra Butler;

Middletown– Zachary Spurrier, Skylar Woods, Chloe Callan; Oakdale– Jaime Price, Gwen Ladd, Jacob Abate;

Tuscarora– Chloe Gallagher, Dillan Williams, Maia Johnson; Urbana– Sarah Woo, Abby Shankman, Christian Johnson;

Walkersville– Kaylee Mathews, Abby Dinterman, Hailey Ogg.

 

Region 3:

Fairmont Heights– Jeffery Hunter-Butler, Idris Adeoye, Ayomide Sunday;

Gwynn Park– Taqara Green, Alejandro Moreira, Diana Silva; Howard County– Travis Heath, Chanse Mullinix;

Southern– Julie- Ann Lynskey, Megan Arnold, Samantha Lewis.

 

Region 4: 

Century– Cody McCormick, Jayden Leach, Nissa Boucek; Francis Scott Key– Noah Geiman, Logan Bankert, Taylor Study;

Harford Tech– Jacob Comer, Stefani Jones, Isabela Gutierrez; Hereford– Amelie Sinclair, Kessler Lanford, Maggie Mathews;

Manchester Valley– Emily Hipley, Lauren Warehime, Teaghen Green; North Harford– Laura Erisman, Hope Mullins, Elise Snyder;

South Carroll– Arianna Krach, Kate Stultz, Sierra Mandeville; Westminster– Samantha Finazzo, Ava Vrany, Ameriha Divver;

Winters Mill– Cassidy Knill, Holly Knarr, Waverly Moffett.

 

Region 5:

Dorchester– Drake Cheezum, Carolina Velasquez-Chavez, Isabelle Reynolds;

Easton– Pippa Milhollan, Olivia Peterson, Mollie McDougald; Kent County– Hunter Bilbrough, Kate Ervin, Sella Connor;

Parkside CTE– Kacie Pusey, Leslie Ennis, Elizabeth Atkinson;

Queen Anne’s County: Matthew Deitzel, Wyatt Rosenberry, Cheyenne Leader;

Worcester Tech– Drake Foxwell, Jayden McCarter, Mackenzie Cathell.

 

The Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation is a 501c3 non-governmental nonprofit established in 1989. Through the Maryland FFA, teacher workshops, scholarships, grants, Mobile Labs and Showcases, and revenues from the Ag Tag license plate sales, the Foundation pursues its mission to promote the understanding and appreciation of the importance of agriculture in everyone’s lives. The Maryland FFA Association’s staff team is partially funded through a $40,000 federal Perkins grant facilitated by the Maryland State Department of Education.  The Maryland FFA Association has 2,500 student members in 54 local chapters throughout the state.

For more information, visit www.mdffa.org or contact Naomi Knight at nknight@maefonline.com

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July 8, 2020

MARYLAND FFA ANNOUNCES 2020-2021 STATE OFFICER TEAM AT 92ND STATE CONVENTION

(HAVRE DE GRACE, MARYLAND) – July 8, 2020- Maryland FFA Association has selected 6 members, representing 6 chapters and 5 Maryland counties, to serve as State Officers for the 2020-2021 season.

The state officer team is responsible for planning and implementing leadership development opportunities to the 2,500 FFA members within 54 chapters throughout Maryland represent the Maryland Association at local, state, and national events, including the National FFA Convention. Maryland FFA Association selected the following members to serve as the 2020-2021 state officer team:

 

State President- Cassie Bell, Southern FFA Chapter of Anne Arundel County.

State Vice President- Helen Leadingham, Boonsboro FFA Chapter of Washington County.

State Secretary- McKayla Kiernan, Caroline County FFA Chapter of Caroline County.

State Treasurer- Kyle Schulze, South Carroll FFA Chapter of Carroll County.

State Reporter- Morgan DeFriece, Brunswick FFA Chapter of Frederick County.

State Sentinel- Elsie McKenzie, Francis Scott Key FFA Chapter of Carroll County.

The Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation is a 501c3 non-governmental nonprofit established in 1989. Through the Maryland FFA, teacher workshops, scholarships, grants, Mobile Labs and Showcases, and revenues from the Ag Tag license plate sales, the Foundation pursues its mission to promote the understanding and appreciation of the importance of agriculture in everyone’s lives. The Maryland FFA Association’s staff team is partially funded through a $40,000 federal Perkins grant facilitated by the Maryland State Department of Education. The Maryland FFA Association has 2,500 student members in 54 local chapters throughout the state.

For more information, visit www.mdffa.org or contact Naomi Knight at nknight@maefonline.com

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MARYLAND FFA STATE AND AMERICAN DEGREE RECIPIENTS AT 92ND STATE CONVENTION

 

(HAVRE DE GRACE, MARYLAND) –July 8, 2020- Maryland FFA Association honored members and supporters for their outstanding achievements during the 92nd annual Maryland FFA State Convention held online June 23-26.

 

The theme of the convention, “Ignite Maryland FFA” encouraged the audience to ignite their passion toward improving themselves, their chapter and community. This year, several hundred participants tuned in to the Maryland FFA’s YouTube channel to watch convention activities. Degrees were awarded to the following FFA members and supporters:

The State FFA Degree—31 members from 17 chapters.  Members have successfully completed 360 hours of agricultural education instruction, productively invested $1,000 or 300 hours in a supervised agricultural experience program and demonstrated leadership abilities and participated in activities above the chapter level.

Region 1: Boonsboro- Helen Leadingham; North Garrett- Alexis House, Rileigh Lowdermilk, Samantha Wilt.

Region 2: Brunswick- Morgan DeFriece; Catoctin- Abigail Kinnaird, Kallan Latham, Ty Lenhart, Sierra Weatherly;

Frederick CTC- Molly Harbaugh; Linganore- Taylor Carbaugh, Sarah Curley, Abby Kurupas, Austin

Welty; Middletown- Skyler Slimmer; Oakdale- Julia Fluke, Cheyenne Humphrey, Haley Lohmann, Sarah

Peitzer; Tuscarora- Zoe Baskerville,  Emily Miller; Walkersville- Devon Griffin.

Region 3: Damascus- Faith Anderson; Howard County- Ellie Feaga; Southern- Cassie Bell.

Region 4: Francis Scott Key- Ryan Leister, Elsie McKenzie, Allison Stoner; Manchester Valley- Maddi Riegel,

Crystal Stowers; Westminster- Avery Dull.

Region 5: Caroline County- McKayla Kiernan.

The State Star Farmer Award:  Rileigh Lowdermilk, North Garrett FFA.

The State Star Agricultural Placement Award: Avery Dull, Westminster FFA.

The Honorary State FFA Degree: Mr. Stephon Fitzpatrick, UMES; Mr. Richard O’Hara, Farmers Cooperative, Frederick, Chapter FFA Advisors- Ms. Shelby Althoff, Francis Scott Key High School; and Ms. Brittany Bowman, South Carroll High School.

American FFA Degree—15 members from 9 chapters.  The Highest Degree achievable in the National FFA Organization. Brunswick- Jill Allen; Caroline County- Larissa Springer; Catoctin- Tiffany Lenhart; Damascus- Mallory Anderson; Middletown- Hannah Miller; North Garrett- Dakota Bittinger, Luke Canan, Anthony Glotfelty, Ashley Hetz, Abby Kisner, Ally Kisner, Sadie Powell; North Harford- Lynne Thomas; Oakland- Trenton Evans; South Carroll- Rylee McConville.

Honorary American FFA Degree: Mr. Carl Robinette, Soil Scientist/NRCS and Ms. Jodi Callahan, Advisor, Caroline County FFA Chapter

The Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation is a 501c3 non-governmental nonprofit established in 1989. Through the Maryland FFA, teacher workshops, scholarships, grants, Mobile Labs and Showcases, and revenues from the Ag Tag license plate sales, the Foundation pursues its mission to promote the understanding and appreciation of the importance of agriculture in everyone’s lives. The Maryland FFA Association’s staff team is partially funded through a $40,000 federal Perkins grant facilitated by the Maryland State Department of Education. The Maryland FFA Association has 2,500 members in 54 chapters throughout the State.

For more information, visit www.mdffa.org or contact Naomi Knight at nknight@maefonline.com

 

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July 8, 2020

MARYLAND FFA HONORS MEMBERS AT 92ND STATE CONVENTION

 

(HAVRE DE GRACE, MARYLAND) – July 8, 2020- Maryland FFA Association honored local chapters and members for their outstanding achievements during the 92nd annual Maryland State FFA Convention held virtually, June 23-26.

The convention, dedicated to Dr. Ronald Seibel, for his lifetime of service to the Maryland FFA, was coordinated by the 2019-2020 MD FFA State Officer Team – Jill Allen, State President;  Ryan Mondonedo, Vice-President; Sierra Wean, Secretary; Rylee McConville, Treasurer; Jaclyn Bryant, Reporter; Mallory Anderson, Sentinel. The convention opened with greetings from Dr. James Woodard, National FFA Advisor; and keynote address from Ms. Mamie Hertel, National FFA Central Region Vice President.

During this event, FFA members were recognized for their accomplishments and participation in the Maryland FFA:

The State Star Greenhand Award: Jayci Mitchell from the Cecil County School of Technology FFA Chapter, Region 5.  Other Regional Star Greenhand Finalists:  Region 1- Kara Rinker, Oakland FFA; Region 2- Abby Moreland, Catoctin FFA; Region 4- Hope Mullins, North Harford FFA;

The State FFA Proficiency Award Winners – Gold Awards: Avery Dull, Westminster, Diversified Livestock Production Placement; Lynne Thomas, North Harford, Agricultural Science Research; and Austin Welty, Linganore, Agricultural Sales Placement. Silver Award: Helen Leadingham, Boonsboro, Diversified Livestock Production.  Bronze Awards: Mackenzie Grove, Frederick, Equine Science, Emma Rush, Oakland, Beef Production and Trenton Tasker, Oakland, Swine Production.

The State Agriscience Fair Award:  Kacie Pulsy and Leslie Ennis from the Parkside FFA Chapter.

The State Talent performances:  Madison Miller, Howard County FFA; Shea Cencula, Linganore FFA Chapter.

Wiley G & Carrie A. Griffith Scholarships: $1,000 awarded each to Makenzie Heret, Howard County FFA; Kelly Spicer, Howard County FFA; and Samantha Wilt, North Garrett FFA Chapter.

MD FFA Foundation & University of Maryland College Park, College of Agriculture State Officer Scholarship: $2,000 awarded to each of the 2019-2020 State officers to continue their education at the University of Maryland, College Park for their outstanding leadership to the Maryland FFA Association

National Chapter Awards:  Gold Level to Boonsboro FFA, North Garrett FFA and the Parkside FFA Chapter.

The Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation is a 501c3 non-governmental nonprofit established in 1989. Through the Maryland FFA, teacher workshops, scholarships, grants, Mobile Labs and Showcases, and revenues from the Ag Tag license plate sales, the Foundation pursues its mission to promote the understanding and appreciation of the importance of agriculture in everyone’s lives. The Maryland FFA Association’s staff team is partially funded through a $40,000 federal Perkins grant facilitated by the Maryland State Department of Education.  The Maryland FFA Association has 2,500 student members in 54 local chapters throughout the state.

For more information, visit www.mdffa.org or contact Naomi Knight at nknight@maefonline.com

 

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July 1, 2020

OFFICERS, MEMBERS ELECTED TO MAEF BOARD OF DIRECTORS

(HAVRE DE GRACE, MARYLAND) – July 1, 2020 – Joe Dymek of Ellicott City, Md., was re-elected president of the Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation (MAEF) during its annual meeting held June 18.

Joining him as officers are Joe Linthicum of Union Bridge as vice president, Anne McGinnis-Jones of White Hall as treasurer and Gail Yeiser of Arnold as secretary. Ernie Fisher of Emmitsburg and Tom Hartsock of Clarksburg round out the Executive Committee.

Three new members were welcomed to the MAEF Board of Directors.

Jordyn Egan of Pikesville is director of special projects for the Maryland Horse Breeders Association, organizing a variety of agricultural and educational programs and events, including the Jim McKay Maryland Million Day.

Jeff  Semler of Boonsboro is an Extension educator with the University of Maryland Extension of Washington County. Throughout his career, Semler has been employed by several educational and agricultural institutions throughout the state.

Charles “Chuck” Schuster of Westminster is a retired educator with the University of Maryland Extension of Montgomery County.

Dean Kendall of Rosedale joined the board in January 2020 as the Agency Representative for the Maryland State Department of Education following the retirement of Mary O’Connor.

“The MAEF Board of Directors is grateful for the dedication and support of our new board members as well as that of retiring board members Mary Ellen Waltemire, Karen Zimmerman and Laura Huber for their years of service,” Dymek said. “This year will present unprecedented challenges to education and to agriculture, and MAEF is fortunate to count upon them and so many others to advance our mission.”

Dedicated to increasing agricultural literacy and agricultural education, MAEF is a nonprofit organization with programs serving pre-kindergarten through post-secondary audiences. MAEF signature programs include the elementary and middle school “Infusing Ag in the Classroom” professional development courses for teachers; mobile science labs; mobile agricultural showcases and Maryland FFA. Funded by the Maryland “ag tag” license plate revenues, gifts, grants and program fees, MAEF promotes the importance of agriculture in everyone’s daily lives. For more information visit www.maefonline.com

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May 6, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MAEF CONTINUES TO ENGAGE ONLINE LEARNERS IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION

(HAVRE DE GRACE, MARYLAND) – May 6, 2020 – Amidst the news of Maryland schools continuing online learning until of the end of the 2019-2020 school year, The Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation and its affiliates remain dedicated in engaging students, parents, and teachers in online agriculture-based eLearning experiences.

Since the announcement of school closings in March, MAEF has posted daily lessons through its “Kids Off” campaign focused on agriculture and STEM to its social media sites and expeditionscience.weebly.com website. Lessons will continue to be posted for the duration of the school year and into the summer to engage the public in agriculture and STEM-based learning opportunities.

“Agriculture is an extraordinary context for teaching every subject,” says Joe Dymek, chairman of the board of MAEF. “It can provide real-life scenarios to engage students in math, science, reading, biology, technology and so much more. Students gain a better understanding of both the natural world around them and how food, feed, fiber and fuel are produced, can explore career pathways, and become more well-rounded, well-informed consumers.”

The National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization (NAITCO) is also providing online curricular resources for teaching about the importance of agriculture. The distance learning page offered by NAITCO can be found at  https://agclassroom.org/eLearning/index.cfm and provides a variety of eLearning experiences including virtual field trips, lessons, and activities. Lessons are divided by grade band and cover a variety of topics related to agriculture, careers, and STEM education. This website also provides tutorials on how to use online platforms like Google Docs to ensure students can fully utilize these lessons and activities.

Dedicated to increasing agricultural literacy and agricultural education, MAEF is a nonprofit organization with programs serving pre-kindergarten through post-secondary audiences. MAEF signature programs include “Infusing Ag in the Classroom” professional development courses for teachers; mobile science labs; mobile agricultural showcases and Maryland FFA. Funded by the Maryland “ag tag” license plate revenues, gifts, grants and program fees, MAEF promotes the importance of agriculture in everyone’s daily lives. For more information visit www.maefonline.com

 

Amie McDaniels

Communications Director

410-939-9030 (office)

amcdaniels@maefonline.com

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April 27, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

National FFA Scholarships Awarded to Maryland FFA Members

(HAVRE DE GRACE, MARYLAND) – April 27, 2020 – The National FFA Organization has awarded $10,000 in scholarships to six Maryland FFA members. The National FFA Organization and National FFA Foundation awarded more than $2 million in scholarships to 1,493 recipients this year.

The Maryland FFA members who received scholarship awards include:

  • Brunswick FFA Chapter, Todd Allen of Jefferson, MD – $1,000 scholarship from the Hoard’s Dairyman (W. D. Hoard and Sons Company)
  • North Garrett FFA Chapter, Alexis House of Grantsville, MD – $1,000 scholarship from the Ford Truck/Built Ford Tough Diehl’s Ford Sales of Grantsville, MD.
  • North Harford FFA Chapter, Lynne Thomas of Fallston, MD – $1,500 award from the America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders Program and $1,000 – Ford Truck/Built Ford Tough Plaza Ford of Bel Air, MD.
  • Oakdale FFA Chapter, Cahlen Cheatham of Myersville, MD – $2,500 scholarship from the CSX Transportation Corporation
  • Tuscarora FFA Chapter, Zoe Baskerville of Adamstown, MD – $1,500 scholarship from the Farmers Mutual Hail Insurance Company of Iowa
  • Westminster FFA Chapter, Avery Dull of Westminster – $1,500 scholarship from the America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders Program.

More than 6,200 students applied online for the scholarships. The selection process considers the whole student, including FFA involvement, work experience, supervised agricultural experience, community service, leadership skills and academics. The scholarships were available to student pursuing two-year or four-year degrees or vocational programs.

The Maryland FFA Association has 2,500 student members in 54 local chapters throughout the State. The National FFA Organization provides leadership, personal growth and career success training through agricultural education to more than 700,000 student members who belong to one of the more than 8,600 local FFA chapters throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The organization is also supported by more than 8 million alumni and advocates throughout the United States.

The Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation is a 501c3 non-governmental nonprofit established in 1989. Through the Maryland FFA, teacher workshops, scholarships, grants, Mobile Labs and Showcases, and revenues from the Ag Tag license plate sales, the Foundation pursues its mission to promote the understanding and appreciation of the importance of agriculture in everyone’s lives. The Maryland FFA Association’s staff team is partially funded through a $40,000 federal Perkins grant facilitated by the Maryland State Department of Education. Important program support also is provided by the Maryland FFA Foundation, Maryland FFA Alumni Association, William Byrd Foundation, and the generosity of many more community partners and advocates.

For more information, please visit  www.mdffa.org.

 

Amie McDaniels

Communications Director

410-939-9030 (office)

amcdaniels@maefonline.com

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March 10, 2020

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COATES TO INTERN AT THE MARYLAND AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION FOUNDATION

Havre de Grace, Maryland – Jasmine Coates of Forest Hill, Md., has begun an internship with the Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation (MAEF).

A freshman Conservation and Wildlife Management major at Delaware Valley University in Doylestown, Pa., Coates is a 2018 graduate of North Harford High School. She was an active member of the FFA program, serving as State Officer in 2018-2019.

“Jasmine’s familiarity with MAEF and FFA programs and her demonstrated leadership ethic made her our natural choice,” says Susanne Zilberfarb, MAEF executive director. “We look forward to working with her this summer.”

Coates’ internship begins immediately and will extend through the summer months. She will assist with general office work in addition to helping coordinate the state FFA convention and Maryland Ag Educator’s Conference and staffing MAEF’s mobile Ag Showcase exhibit.

“The vast skill and knowledge I knew I could learn pulled me in to such a welcoming environment which will help me continue a path in agriculture education,” Coates says.

The Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation is a 501c3 non-governmental nonprofit established in 1989. Through teacher workshops, scholarships, grants, Mobile Labs and Showcases, the Maryland FFA and advocacy, the Foundation pursues its mission to promote the understanding and appreciation of the importance of agriculture in everyone’s lives. The Foundation is funded through grants, service fees, generous donations from organizations, businesses and individuals and revenues from the Ag Tag license plate.

Amie McDaniels

Communications Director

410-939-9030 (office)

amcdaniels@maefonline.com

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February 3, 2020

Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation Announces Opening of 2020 Academic Scholarship

Havre de Grace, Maryland -The Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation (MAEF) is now accepting

applications for its 2020 Academic Scholarships. MAEF Academic Scholarships are open to rising junior or senior undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in majors leading to careers in agricultural education or Extension education. Qualified candidates should complete and postmark their application by April 1, 2020.

Award announcements will be made by April 30, 2020.

Application information and the full announcement are posted on MAEF’s website at

http://maefonline.com/home/student-center/scholarships/.

The Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation is a 501c3 non-governmental nonprofit established in 1989. Through teacher workshops, scholarships, grants, Mobile Labs and Showcases, the Maryland FFA and

advocacy, the Foundation pursues its mission to promote the understanding and appreciation of the

importance of agriculture in everyone’s lives. The Foundation is funded through grants, service fees, generous donations from organizations, businesses and individuals and revenues from the Ag Tag license plate.

 

Amie McDaniels

Communications Director

410-939-9030 (office)

amcdaniels@maefonline.com

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January 6, 2020

Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation Announces Recipient of 2019 Excellence in Teaching About Agriculture Award

Havre de Grace, Maryland -The Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation, Inc. (MAEF) has selected Karl Kidd, a fifth grade Advanced Academics teacher at Urbana at Sugarloaf Elementary in Frederick County Public Schools for the Excellence in Teaching About Agriculture Award. This award is given to a Maryland teacher who has demonstrated dedication in providing meaningful learning opportunities for their students to understand the importance of agriculture in our daily lives.

Since attending his first Ag in the Classroom Conference ten years ago, Kidd has taught his students and his school about agriculture. He developed a school-wide Ag Program for grades pre-K – 5 using literature and lessons to bring ag to all of the classrooms and organized a fall “Pumpkin Chunkin” Ag Day as well as a spring “Ag & The Bay Day,” highlighting environmentally friendly farming techniques and agricultural commodities in Maryland.

Kidd is the co-author of Amazing! Maryland Agriculture, a non-fiction classroom book highlighting agriculture in Maryland which was distributed to nearly every elementary school in the state. He also attended the National Ag in the Classroom Conference in Hershey, Pa., where he learned the latest in ag education to bring back to his students. Recently, he hosted the “1 Million and Counting” celebration at Urbana at Sugarloaf Elementary School, highlighting MAEF’s mobile science lab’s outreach and education.

With the award, Kidd receives a $500 classroom stipend and a trip to the National Ag in the Classroom Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, in June 2020.  Kidd also is nominated for the National Excellence in Teaching About Agriculture Award, sponsored by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture and the National Agriculture in the Classroom Consortium. This competitive national award recognizes exceptional teachers selected at the state level for their successful efforts in teaching agricultural concepts.

The Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation is a 501c3 non-governmental nonprofit established in 1989. Through teacher workshops, scholarships, grants, Mobile Labs and Showcases, the Maryland FFA and advocacy, the Foundation pursues its mission to promote the understanding and appreciation of the importance of agriculture in everyone’s lives. The Foundation is funded through grants, service fees, generous donations from organizations, businesses and individuals and revenues from the Ag Tag license plate.

 

Amie McDaniels

Communications Director

410-939-9030 (office)  Ex. 110

amcdaniels@maefonline.com

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