Hereford High School (HHS) has again partnered with Roseda Farm for the school’s annual fundraiser which benefits the HHS Agriscience program, a science and agricultural program unique to the northern Baltimore County public school.
HHS provides its students an opportunity, through agriscience, to develop real world skills through experiential and academically rigorous learning experiences in the agrisciences while promoting the importance of agriculture in the progress of modern society.
A variety of steaks, burgers and hot dogs are available for purchase and can be sent to recipients as gifts or picked up from HHS or Roseda Farm. Orders are due on Friday, December 6. The order form and details can be downloaded here.
“The Agriscience program at Hereford High School is the last vestige of our county’s rich agricultural past in education. We at Hereford aim to use this rich past to build a bright future. Roseda Farm is participating with us to help achieve this goal. Combining a great community-based agricultural company with the tradition and excellence of Hereford High will not only benefit our Agriscience program, but the community as a whole. So, consider being a part of that equation and purchase some Hereford Zone Beef for your family, friends, and relatives for the holidays,” HHS Science and Agriscience Department.