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Extension Programs Ongoing in Virtual Formats
University of Maryland Extension is finding solutions to continue educating our communities in this time of social distancing and we’re excited to share a few of our successful endeavors and updated...
Born during the Great Depression in 1933, Frank Knauer was destined to be a third generation farmer. Frank’s father and grandfather lived in difficult times when approximately 400,000 farms were lost...
The current COVID-19 pandemic has caused changes throughout the entire country. University of Maryland Extension (UME) is committed to maintaining the resources Maryland needs to continue thriving...
University of Maryland College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (AGNR) is collaborating with multiple universities, partners, farmers, and stakeholders from throughout the Chesapeake Bay...
The Fine Feathered Friends 4-H Club held their Recognition Meeting on January 27, at Extension Office Meeting Rooms A & B. A brief business meeting was held by Ms. Darlene Welsh, leader, prior to...
Mary Lou Brown was born into an agricultural life. “As a child, when I was not yet 4-H age, my father let me show this huge Holstein Cow at Wrightstown Grange Fair. I don’t believe I could even reach...
On Tuesday, February 10th, the Wakefield Valley 4-H Club packed 100 bagged lunches to be distributed to the Grace Lutheran Church's Table of Grace Soup Kitchen.
Each year, the Maryland 4-H Gala brings together members, volunteers and professionals to recognize positive youth development throughout the state. The event, a partnership between the Maryland 4-H...

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