University of Maryland Extension

Baltimore County

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Fun Food Fest Recipes

These healthy, great-tasting recipes have been teen tested in a library nutrition program and are parent approved. A stove is not needed although some recipes require a microwave oven, toaster, or blender. Teens can easily prepare these Fun Food Fest Recipes that are adapted from a variety of...

Health & Wellness

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is a challenge in our busy world. The University of Maryland Extension offers community outreach programs that help youth, individuals, and families make informed decisions about their health, housing and overall well-being. University of Maryland Extension Educators...

Environment & Natural Resources

Linking Agriculture, Natural Resources, and the Environment Farming’s impacts on natural resources and the environment are getting more and more attention these days—nowhere more so than here in Maryland, where the Chesapeake Bay is so important for commercial, recreational, and symbolic purposes...

Clover Memory Book

Clovers do not submit record books to the 4-H Office for judging. Instead they may turn in a Clover Memory Book, which is a scrapbook of 4-H as a clover. Clovers are youth ages five, six and seven by January 1, of the current year. Cover May be a 4-H record book cover (which is available at the...

Money

University of Maryland Extension financial management programs teach people the skills they need to manage their money wisely, reduce debt, manage and improve credit, prevent identity theft, and plan for the future. Information is provided both for the youth and adults. To find out more information...

Home Gardening

Looking for home garden related activities in the Baltimore County area? Join our mailing list and recieve email updates of upcoming University of Maryland Extension events! EXTRA! EXTRA! Just in time for gardening season* – step right up and get all of your questions answered! Such as: How do I...

Nutrient Management

Nutrient Management Advisors work with Maryland producers to develop nutrient management plans that balance nutrient application rates with crop nutrient requirements, with the ultimate goal of protecting the health of the Chesapeake Bay by reducing excessive nutrient applications from entering...

UME Volunteers

Who is a 4-H Volunteer? A 4-H Volunteer is any adult or teen who works with a group of 4-H members. The adult volunteer has been screened and trained. Some volunteers help get a group organized. Adults and teens that teach members how to do things called "project leaders". How do Parents help? Many...

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