University of Maryland Extension

Allegany County

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COVID 19 Information

The following is a list of resources available to you to assist you in coping with the current health crisis. National Resources Government Response to Coronavirus, COVID-19 - USA.gov Coronavirus Information and Resources - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-...

Meet our Team

Lacie Ashby is a Senior Agent in 4-H and Youth Development. She joined NAE4-HA in 2008 and has served as MAE4-HA Secretary and member of Awards and Recognition committee. She has participated in national conferences as a multiple time presenter, four year conference proposal reviewer, and room host...

Other Projects

4-H projects are learning experiences for 4-H members. In addition to animal sciences and STEM projects, there are many others topics such as: Agriculture Finances Food/Nutrition Health Outdoor Adventures Photography Public Speaking Shooting Sports Wildlife And many more! For more information,...

Robotics and STEM

Our August Engineering Challenge (Click on the image to open the entire document) It's all part of our 2020 Summer Robotics Challenge! 2020 4-H Robotics Challenge The University of Maryland Extension 4-H 2020 Summer Robotics Challenge is open to all registered 4-H members ages 8 to 18. Not a 4-H...

Calendar of Events

4-H Calendar - Allegany County July 4 - UME Office Closed July 15 - UME Online Volunteer Training Click here for an update on 4-H summer programs. Please let us know if we can be of any assistance to you as we work together through this very unusual situation. Lacie Ashby - lashby@umd.edu Jessica...

Robotics and STEM

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How to Join 4-H

Step 1—Investigate Look at our map and list of 4-H clubs in Allegany County and find one that interests you. 4-H Club Map for Allegany County 4-H Club Schedule for Allegany County Step 2—Contact Us Contact Jody Parrish at 301-724-3320 or email at jparrish@umd.edu at the University of Maryland...

Grow It, Eat It

What is Grow It Eat It? The Grow It Eat It (GIEI) Program was launched in 2009 to teach Marylanders how to grow food in home, community, and school gardens. Over the past eight years, Master Gardeners (MGs) have taught hundreds of classes, developed demonstration gardens, and helped thousands of...

Community Gardens

Volunteer Service for Community Gardens Certified Maryland Master Gardeners maintain their certification by providing 20 hours of volunteer service and obtaining 10 hours of continuing education each year after initial certification. Master Gardeners are involved in a variety of activities...

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