Land Stewardship

Our Farm Land Stewardship Goals

To improve the bay, all precautions are in play to conserve and improve for the future of the environment.
Using cover crops and keeping waterways established helps conserve topsoil for prosperous crops. At the same time, nutrients stay in the field instead of washing away. No-till practices to reduce the possibility of erosion when it rains and keeping the hard pan broke is challenging but achievable. Keeping the trees trimmed back and the creek beds clear of sediment for proper flow is essential. Fertilizer and lime applications are spread only by what soil samples call for, and that reduces waste. All liquid applications are performed on the label, and technology has allowed for single nozzle shutoff to minimize waste once again and save money on the bottom dollar. Being efficient with our resources is critical to reducing pollution so our future generations may experience every bit of what previous generations have been able to.

Farm Land Stewardship | Warfield Brothers Farm in Carroll County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Frederick County and Harford County, Maryland.