Office of Resource Conservation works with Maryland farmers to plan and implement conservation practices and programs that balance crop and livestock production with the need to protect natural resources. The Office provides a range of educational, financial, technical assistance, and regulatory programs to support Maryland agriculture and protect natural resources and water quality for future generations.
Nutrient Management Program (agricultural and urban)Conservation Grants
Small Farm and Urban Agriculture ProgramMaryland Healthy Soils ProgramAnimal Waste Technology FundSoil Conservation Districts (free technical assistance)Horse Owner Conservation PracticesHomeowner and Student Education ResourcesConservation Videos
Hans SchmidtAssistant SecretaryResource ConservationPhone: 410-841-5865Fax: 410-841-5734
Office Address50 Harry S. Truman ParkwayAnnapolis, MD 21401
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