By: Shanteé Woodards
Greenstreet Gardens’ Raymond Greenstreet II has been appointed to a three-year term with the Maryland Agricultural Commission.
Gov. Larry Hogan appointed Greenstreet to the commission, which serves as an advisory body to the secretary and deputy secretary of agriculture. It has 30 members representing various commodities in Maryland and includes a consumer and a University of Maryland (ex officio) representative.
Greenstreet previously served as president of the Maryland Agriculture Council and is now on its board of directors. Greenstreet Gardens is a retailer and growing garden center and its Maryland location is in Lothian. Its Greenstreet Growers Inc. grows annuals and perennials in commercial greenhouses for retail and wholesale customers.