The Agriculture Education Grant Award winners were announced on September 14 at opening night of The Great Frederick Fair.
Farm Family of the Year, Ag Advocates of the Year, Ag Business of the Year, and Young Farmer of the Year Winners
The Frederick County Office of Economic Development’s Agricultural Business Council, in conjunction with the Great Frederick Fair and the Ag Education Public Relations Committee, is proud to give four awards to recognize families, individuals and businesses for their outstanding achievements in agriculture each year during The Great Frederick Fair.
A2La is the only independent, 501(c)3, non-profit, internationally-recognized accreditation body in the U.S. that offers a full range of laboratory accreditation services, membership and training, and they are located right here in Frederick County.
Frederick’s Top 50 for 2018 marks an inaugural list of businesses who have the largest potential to contribute to Frederick County’s vibrant economy.
In honor of Workforce Development Professionals Month, FCWS is sharing some of the ways that workforce development initiatives have had an impact on the Frederick community in the past year.
OED worked with 184 companies in Fiscal Year 2018 who chose to locate or expand in Frederick County. The department helped to create 747 jobs and retain 976 existing jobs, representing more than $10M of capital investment to Frederick County.
Cities & Towns Lauded for Efforts to Support Business at Frederick County Municipalities Impact Awards
Ten Frederick County municipalities were honored for their commitments to supporting their businesses.
Frederick's Top 50 Businesses is an inaugural, metrics-driven list of businesses who have the largest potential to contribute to Frederick's vibrant economy.
Maria McElhenny with the Women's Business Center offers one-on-one counseling services as well as a variety of group classes held at ROOT.