On Wednesday, Feb. 18, Jordan Mister of Calvert County, Miss Maryland Agriculture, was recognized on the House floor of the Maryland General Assembly in Annapolis and received a resolution for her active work in school and the community. Being crowned Miss Agriculture comes with a great amount of responsibility. Some of her duties include, speaking to local schools about agriculture, attending events around the community to promote agriculture and to attend the Maryland Farm Bureau Convention. The two-day competition was held on August 22, 2014 and is sponsored by the Maryland Farm Bureau and Maryland State Fair. Mister represented the Calvert County Farm Bureau in the Miss Maryland Agriculture Competition. In addition to being Miss Agriculture, Mister also holds the title of Miss Tranquility of Calvert County, Maryland.

Mister is a junior at Huntington High School in Calvert County, Maryland, where she participates in field hockey, lacrosse, Student Government Association,  4-H, and All-county and All-state chorus. Among those achievements she works on her family farm and the Mulberry Hill Farm Produce Stand. With those experiences and her family history of agriculture that spans back five generations, she succeeded in the competition to be crowned Miss Agriculture.

See the original story of Mister being named Miss Agriculture here: Calvert teen earns state fair title