Worcester County

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County 4-H clubs

Adventurers Club - Shooting sports & outdoor education (age 8-18) Meeting Info: 4th Friday, 6:00pm Location: Worcester County Extension Office Club Leader: Dan Barrett & Dave Richardson Barn Buddies Club - Equine & experiential learning (age 8-18) Meeting Info: 2nd Thursday, 5:30pm...

Animal Science & Livestock

Quality Assurance (QA) Maryland 4-H Animal Husbandry and Quality Assurance (AH&QA) Program is geared to help youth who participate in 4-H animal projects in Maryland learn about the importance of caring for, grooming and showing their animals in safe and ethical ways. State Guidelines for...

Volunteers

Volunteers are a valuable resource for making our county 4-H groups a success! Volunteers fill many valuable roles within the Worcester County 4-H program. Without volunteers, Worcester County 4-H would not be able to offer the numerous opportunities for youth that we have available. Steps to...

4-H Newsletters

Newsletters avaliable from 4-H at the county, state, and national levels offer current events and information pertianing to youth development and acheivements. On the local county level, our 4-H members are often showcased in our Worcester 4-H NewsWaves through their involvement in community events...

Food Supplemental Nutrition Education (FSNE)

Worcester County’s Food Supplement Nutrition Education (FSNE) offers nutrition education programs to help Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) households and those eligible for SNAP. FSNE provides nutrition education to help low income individuals and families make healthy food choices...

Beekeeping

The saying "busy as a bee" comes from the hard working honey bee that serves so many important roles: pollinator, defender of the hive, and who can forget being a producer of that sweet honey! Bee colonies serve two general purposes: 1. Pollinating Crops 2. Producing Honey Once you have an...

Beekeeping

The saying "busy as a bee" comes from the hard working honey bee that serves so many important roles: pollinator, defender of the hive, and who can forget being a producer of that sweet honey! Bee colonies serve two general purposes: 1. Pollinating Crops 2. Producing Honey Once you have an...

Helpful Links for Producers & Landowners

There are many resources that producers can use to keep current with the every changing regulations and opportunities for farm operations. Visit the links listed below by clicking on the name of the organization you would like to gather information from. Grant and Loan Programs (You will be...

Commercial Horticulture

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Commercial Horticulture

Horticulture is the science of growing plants which include fruits, vegetables, flowers, lawns, or ornamentals. Generally, horticulture is seperated into commercial and residential horticulture (includes backyard gardening - visit https://extension.umd.edu/wicomico-county/gardening for backyard and...

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