Chesapeake Country is Farm Country!
Farming has been a way of life in Chesapeake Country for more than 375 years, a legacy that makes it one of the oldest "working
landscapes" in North America. Today, agriculture remains the top industry in Cecil, Kent and Queen Anne's Countries.
As you travel through Chesapeake Country, you will see fields of corn, soybeans, wheat and barley. But there is much more than
first meets the eye: "U-Pick" produce operations, nurseries and greenhouses, an organic dairy, vineyards, and horse breeding are also
part of a diversified and dynamic agricultural economy.