Celebrate the Holidays in Southern Maryland. Find local events, farm-made gifts and festive food and drinks. 

News Release, Southern Maryland Agriculture Development Commission

The Southern Maryland Agricultural Development Commission has released the 2019 edition of the Farm Holiday Guide, a freebooklet featuring Southern Marylandfarm products and events available during the holidays.

The Holiday Farm Guide connectsconsumers with Southern Marylandfarms of all typesas well as dairies, wineries, distilleries, breweries and also seafood producers that are open for business during the holiday season andthroughout the winter months.

This year’s guide showcases over 80 farms and agriculture-related businesses in Anne Arundel, Calvert, Charles, Prince George’s and St. Mary’s counties. Extensive listings offer an array of home-grown options for festive decorating, entertaining and gift-giving. Find local ‘choose and cut’ Christmas trees and fresh-cut holiday greenery, quality meats and poultry, award-winning wines, beer, whiskey and rum, freshly harvested oysters and seafood, farm-made cheese, produce, jams and pickles, plus unique handmade gifts and woven accessories.

Look for special sections in the guide that highlight resources and tips for buying firewood, where to order locally raised turkeys, and find farm-hostedtours, tastings, holiday-themed events and entertainmentfor the whole family toenjoy.

The“Holiday Farm Guide” is available now to view or download on the“Get OurGuides”page atSMADC.com. Starting early November, free printed guide bookletswill be available in limited quantities at participating farms and businesses,and Southern Maryland public libraries and regional visitor/welcome centers.For more information, and to find a printed guide, visit “News & Events” on the SMADC website.


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David M. Higgins was born in Baltimore and grew up in Southern Maryland. He has had a passion for journalism since high school. After spending many years in the Hospitality Industry he began working in...