MPT Series Maryland Farm & Harvest visits Frederick, Prince George’s counties and Baltimore City during November 21 episode

ANNAPOLIS, MD (November 14, 2023) ~ On Tuesday, November 21, Maryland Public Television (MPT) will premiere the 11th season of their original series Maryland Farm & Harvest. The episode will feature farms and locations in Frederick and Prince George's counties and Baltimore City.

The popular weekly series takes viewers on a journey across the Free State, telling engaging and enlightening stories about the farms, people, and technology required to sustain and grow agriculture in Maryland, the state's number one commercial industry.

The episode will begin with introductions filmed at Deep Run Farms in Westminster (Carroll County). It will then feature segments from Moo Cow Creamery in Middletown (Frederick County), Deep Roots Farm in Upper Marlboro (Prince George's County), and a "Farm to Skillet" segment featuring Ekiben chef Steve Chu at the Fells Point Farmers Market in Baltimore City.

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At Moo Cow Creamery, viewers will learn how the Moser family is able to keep their small dairy business going by incorporating value-added products such as cheese, butter, and ice cream. At Deep Roots Farm, they will follow Ann "Farmer Gale" Sutton as she pivots from accounting to farming and regenerates her farm's soil despite the onset of COVID-19. Finally, Chef Steve Chu will lead viewers through the Fells Point Farmers Market before preparing Surf and Turf Lo Mein at Ekiben's newest location in South Baltimore.

Since its debut in 2013, nearly 16 million viewers have watched Maryland Farm & Harvest on MPT. The series has traveled to nearly 450 farms, fisheries, and other agriculture-related locations during its first 10 seasons.

The episode can be viewed on MPT-HD Tuesdays at 7 p.m., online at or using MPT's online video player or PBS App; encore broadcasts air on MPT-HD Thursdays at 11 p.m., Sundays at 6 a.m., or Fridays on MPT2/Create® at 7:30 p.m.; past episodes can be viewed at

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Major funding for Maryland Farm & Harvest is provided by the Maryland Grain Producers Utilization Board with additional funding from Maryland's Best; a grant from the Rural Maryland Council Agriculture Education and Rural Development Fund; Marbidco; a grant from the Maryland Department of Agriculture Specialty Crop Block Program; Farm Credit; Maryland Soybean Board; Maryland Association of Soil Conservation Districts; Wegmans Food Markets; Maryland Nursery, Landscape & Greenhouse Association; Maryland Farm Bureau; The Keith Campbell Foundation for the Environment; a contribution made by Citizens of Baltimore County; Mar-Del Watermelon Association; and Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation.

Engage with the show on social media @MarylandFarmHarvest on Facebook and @mdfarmtv on Instagram for more information about upcoming episodes of this popular series that takes viewers across the Free State to tell engaging stories about its farms, people, and technology required to sustain agriculture in Maryland - its number one commercial industry!

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