Minutes and Agendas

The minutes of the public meetings of the Foundation’s Board of Trustees are made available for those interested in the deliberations and activities of the Board. Additionally, the tentative and finalized agendas for the public meetings of the Foundation’s Board of Trustees are made available as well. Minutes will be posted once they have been approved by the Board and final corrections made by Foundation staff. If you need minutes from the previous years, please contact the Foundation at 410-841-5860  

The Board usually meets at the Maryland Department of Agriculture on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 9:00 a.m. (See the scheduled dates for 2021 below.) 

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Maryland Agricultural Land Preservation Foundation will hold their monthly meeting via conference call. Please contact Michelle Cable (michelle.cable@maryland.gov) for conference call information. 


Year 2022

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January 25.pdf
01-25-2022 Open Minutes.pdf
February 22.pdf
Feb 22.pdf
March 22, 2022.pdf
March 22, 2022 (Open).pdf
April 26, 2022.pdf
April 26 2022 MALPF Open Minutes.pdf
5-24-2022 Agenda - Open.pdf​​
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