University of Maryland Extension

Horticulture Webinars, Online Classes, and Other Events

Below is a list of links to webinars, videos, and trainings. Please direct questions about these continuing education opportunities to the host of the site or with your Master Gardener County/City Coordinator. 

University of Maryland Resources

Master Gardener Program State Office
Bees, Beneficials, and Blooms

Growing Healthy Youth Gardens

Plant This, Not That! 

Developing Your Presentation

Delivering Content Effectively 

Lawn Basics | (PDF) Slides | (PDF) Q&A

Climate & Sustainability Webinars 

Leafminers

Composting Recording | (PDF) Slides 

Seed Saving 101

Ask a MG Plant Clinic Statewide Meeting | Recording | (PDF) Links Shared in Chat | (PDF) Weed Management Tips | (PDF) Vegetable & Fruit Update | (PDF) Insect Updates 

Master Gardener Program | Western Cluster (Allegany, Garrett & Washington Counties)
Small Fruit for the Home Garden - Allegany & Garrett
Home Horticulture Playlist - Allegany & Garrett

Master Gardener Program | Baltimore City
Garden Anywhere

Master Gardener Program | Cecil County
Adding Native Plants to Your Landscape 1

Master Gardener Program | Charles County
Unique Fruit for Home Landscapes

Master Gardener Program Queen Anne's County
Spotted lanternfly updates presentation by Kim Rice with the Maryland Department of Agriculure during a MG Queen Anne's County monthly meeting (Jan. 16, 2019).

Introduction to Wild Bees

Master Gardener Program Wicomico County (Lower Eastern Shore)
Delmarva Gardens Youtube Playlist

College of Agriculture & Natural Resources 

Maryland Agriculture Nutrient Management Program 
This site is for farmers but many of the resources are relevant to gardeners and the science is well-presented and understandable.
Webinars
Videos

Woodland Stewardship Education
Online Courses

Mid-Atlantic Women in Agriculture
Webinars

AGNR Department of Environmental Science and Technology
No-till veggies: Harnessing the Power of Cover Crops: This website includes a blog, videos, webinars, and podcasts.  It’s brought to us by Natalie Lounsbury, soil scientist and student of Dr. Ray Weil, University of Maryland. The audience is farmers but lots of the content can be applied to a backyard vegetable garden. 

eXtension (National and International) Resources

eXtension Learn
Recorded and Upcoming Webinars 

To view Master Gardener specific learning opportunities, type Master Gardener into the search box on http://learn.extension.org/

Below is a list of several of the many webinars available:

University of Nebraska Extention
Arthro-Pod: This podcast is the brainchild of Jonathan Larson, Ph.D., Extension Entomology Educator with the University of Nebraska. The podcasts are fun and informative and often feature guest entomologists.

Oregon State University Extension
Horticulture Updates: This webpage includes links to online presentations, gardening videos, and recorded and upcoming webinars.

Video: Pesticides, People, and Polinators: Answer to Tricky Pesticide Questions for Master Gardeners | offered by the National Pesticide Information Center (NPIC) and Oregon State University

University of Florida Extension
Master Gardener Webinars

Iowa State University
Webinars and Webcasts

PennState Extension
Online Courses and Videos
Urban Forestry Webinars

NC State Extension
Webinars

Additional Resources

Monarch Joint Venture

Monarch Conservation Webinar Series

Northern IPM Center
Homepage
The IPM Toolbox Webinar Series

Plant Management Network 
Woody Plants for Urban Bee Conservation Webcast

Southern Regional Extension Forestry Program
The Forestry Webinar Portal 

Tree Research and Education Endowment Fund (TREE Fund)
Tree Fund Webinars

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