University of Maryland Extension

Calvert County

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4-H Club Administration

Club Charters - Click on this link for instructions on chartering your club. Current on State 4-H website as of 12/13/2018. Club Charter Renewal Application - Current on State 4-H website as of 12/13/2018. Public Relations Affirmative Action Efforts by Club - Current on State 4-H website as of 12/...

Bay-Wise Resources

Calvert County Master Gardener Bay-Wise Program Invite a team of Master Gardeners to your home to evaluate your landscape and give you advice about native plants, ways to control storm water runoff and other Bay-Wise information. Call UME Calvert County at 410-535-3662 to request a visit or go to...

Resources

General Gardening Resources Native Plant Information By Isidre blanc - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=37282015 Invasive Plant Information Gardening for Wildlife, including Pollinators Bay-Wise, Erosion Control, and Rain Garden Information Full Resource List...

Water and Chesapeake Bay

Calvert Bay-Wise Master Gardeners Calvert County is a long, narrow peninsula bordered on the West by the Patuxent River and by the Chesapeake Bay on the East. Our residents live within a mile or less of a shoreline or a tributary that flows directly into the River or the Bay. How we maintain our...

2019 Events

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Home Gardening

Answers to your gardening questions are only a click away! Our Certified Professional Horticulturists are ready to help. VOLUNTEER NETWORK Master Gardeners are volunteers who support the UME mission and teach sustainable horticultural practices. Learn More

Master Gardeners

CHECK IT OUT! 2018 Calvert Master Gardeners Annual Report ____________________________________________ WHO ARE THE MASTER GARDENERS? - Click here for a brief presentation about what our MGs were up to in 2018 and what you can look forward to in 2019! CALVERT COUNTY MASTER GARDENERS - A printable...

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