University of Maryland Extension

November 2014

forwarder moving logs to the landing
University of Maryland's Campus News Service recently posted a wire service feature article and news video segment on the MD-DE Master Logger Program, one of University of Maryland Extension's...
Life Before Right To Farm Laws: What Was That Like? Introduction Over the next week, Paul, Mae Johnson and I will be posting a series of articles discussing the role that right-to-farm laws play in...
The Seeds of Change 4-H Club received a grant from Chesapeake Bay Trust (see their website at: CBTrust.org) to stencil storm drains in Cambridge neighborhoods. Storm drain stencils help remind...
Shauna making apple butter
The University of Maryland Extension (UME) Baltimore County office recently held its first Grow it Eat it Preserve it class in years. New Family and Consumer Sciences educator, Dr. Shauna Henley,...
Youth truly know better, 66% of Wicomico County 12 th graders report that their parents discourage underage drinking, however 52% of them also consumed hard liquor in the past 30 days. Those same...
Keeping up with changes in clientele needs and teaching tools is a hallmark of Extension work. UME facul-ty and staff face this challenge everyday—How do we prior-itize client needs and UME resources...
The Maryland agricultural community is facing a diverse and complex set of legal challenges, but experts with the Agriculture Law Education Initiative (ALEI) now have a better understanding of...
COLLEGE PARK, Md. –Faculty members from the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Maryland were part of a team honored this month with a prestigious award from the U.S...
COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Senator Barbara Mikulski announced today that National 4-H Council has awarded $184,400 to University of Maryland Extension in support of the 4-H National Mentoring Program. The...
It’s hard to believe that fall has arrived and it’s time for soil sampling and possibly time to lime. No, I haven’t done my soil sampling yet nor my dad’s (as promised). But I want to do it soon...

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