University of Maryland Extension

Caroline County

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Soil Testing Information

If you are interested in learning how to take soil samples visit the Home and Garden Information Center by clicking the above picture. Soil Samples Agrolab will pick up soil and manure samples from our office on Thursdays. Please bring samples to the office by 4 pm on Wednesday. For Agrolab forms...

4-H Park Rental & Info

The County-owned facility is managed by the Caroline County Recreation and Parks Department. This property offers a large and small meeting facility, horse rings, pavilion, parking and open space. The facility is available for rental. Contact Rec and Parks at 410-479-8120 for more information or...

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

Water & Chesapeake Bay

Improving water quality through stormwater management and watershed restoration techniques Watershed Restoration Specialists work with local and state governments, watershed organizations, and community groups in Maryland to build partnerships, identify funding sources, and advise/assist in the...

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...

About

What is Extension? Established by Congress in 1914, University of Maryland Extension (UME) is an educational network, centered in the country's seventy-two land grant universities. UME provides research-based practical education to the problems of American families, agriculture, business, and...

Nutrient Management

The University of Maryland Extension's Agricultural Nutrient Management Program , which is a component of the University of Maryland's College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, focuses on reducing the pollution of the Chesapeake Bay by plant nutrients from cropland. The University of Maryland...

Food Supplement Nutrition Education

Food Supplement Nutrition Education (FSNE) Ashley McLaughlin is the Food Supplement Nutrition Education (FSNE) Project Leader and Educator for the Mid-Shore which covers Caroline and Queen Anne’s Counties. Ashley provides nutrition education to low-income individuals and families to help them make...

4-H Youth Development

4-H Info & Resources Caroline County 4-H offers life skill building opportunities for all youth ages 5—18 (as of January 1st of current year). CLOVERS : Youth ages 5—7 are Clover members. They participate in special programs for their age which consist of 1 to 1 1/2 hours of age specific topics...

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