University of Maryland Extension

June 2014

Do You Wash Your Chicken?
Do You Wash Your Chicken? Baltimore Co. FCS educator’s Graduate Research Goes Global, Follow Her on Twitter @FoodSmartUME FCS educator, Dr. Shauna Henley , started working with UME in January 2014,...
(The following article appeared in the Frederick News-Post Monday, June 30) The Agriculture Law Education Initiative launched a little more than a year ago, and farmers like the measure state...
The Carroll County 4-H program is partnering with Volunteer Maryland! to bring an Americorps member to our team. This very special person will be assisting the 4-H team in helping to enrich our...
Anna McGucken
Howdy everyone! My name is Anna McGucken and I am the new Horticulture FEA for Baltimore County. Throughout my whole life, I have been connected to University of Maryland Extension in some way or...
(The following article appeared in the Spring 2014 edition of Terp Magazine .) UMD’s appetite for locally grown food has planted the seed for a new campus-run farming operation. Terp Farm, located 15...
This winter has been extremely hard on many Leyland Cypress and there was extensive damage throughout the region to these trees. There will probably be secondary issues associated with this damage...
From candy and quilts to embryos and heifers, the 2013 Maryland 4-H Dairy Judging team has been extremely busy this year with their fundraising efforts. The final fundraiser wrapped up on Sunday at...
As a result of our 4-H Portfolio program we had fifty-seven 4-H teens complete a resume, an essay and participate in the interview process. Congratulations to the 14 counties who were represented in...
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