News Release, Calvert County Government
PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – March 12, 2019 – Learning how to eat fresh and local has never been so easy with the newly redesigned Calvert County agriculture website.CalvertAg.com showcases the county’s rich and diverse agriculture community and puts agriculture-related information at your fingertips.
Visit www.calvertag.com for a list of Calvert County farms, farmers markets and roadside stands, and learn where to purchase local produce, meats, seafood and a bounty of other products. Local farmers can find information about business assistance and equipment rental programs, learn how to become a vendor at a local farmers market and much more.
The dynamic new mobile-friendly website features a simple and attractive new layout, making locating information a breeze. Citizens can learn how to get involved and support agriculture in Calvert County, find agriculture education resources for children and sign up for notifications to receive agriculture news, updates and information about events.
“We recognize the importance of being able to connect our agricultural community with consumers and resource partners,” said Director of Economic Development Kelly Robertson-Slagle. “This new website provides a vibrant, easy-to-navigate, comprehensive and fresh way to promote our farms and agricultural products. We’re excited to unveil it right before the 2019 growing season gets underway.”
For more information on county agriculture, please contact the Calvert County Department of Economic Development at 410-535-4583 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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