Today on DelmarvaLife –
While life for most of us has quieted down, the farm hustle keeps on going. We check in with Pop’s Old Place in Hurlock. They’re in the business of beefing up…and it’s fair to say that business has “beefed up”.
Local farmers rely on ag extension agents from the University of Maryland Extension Office. They are considered essential so, they can continue to visit farms for consultations. The extension office offers so much more education, especially for kids and it’s still being done during stay home orders.
Having healthy lungs is important and, no one knows that more than Agibail Plylar of Salisbury. She started the Love for Lungs Tennis Tournament five years ago to fight against pulmonary illnesses. This year’s tournament was cancelled because of the Coronavirus. DelmarvaLife’s Katie Zarrilli spoke with Abigail about how, despite the tournament being cancelled, the mission continues.
For many high school students, this is an extremely crucial time for college prep. We talk with a local high school junior and get her perspective on distance learning during a time when students are usually busy making memories ahead of college.
What do Oreo Cookies and the moon have in common? We get a sweet lesson.