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Maryland 4-H Diamond Clover Award

Diamond Clover Award Guidelines Diamond Clover Awards FAQ's Level One (Amethyst) Level Two (Aquamarine) Level Three (Ruby) Level Four (Sapphire) Level Five (Emerald) Level Six (Diamond) Proposal Plan & Report Final Report

About Residential Camp

Carroll County 4-H hosts two residential camping weeks. The first week is for 8-11 year olds and the second week is for 10-14 year olds. Our campers are assigned to small groups that become their “family” for the week. We emphasize making new friends, trying new things, and learning to live and...

What do I do About Ants?

Warm weather has arrived and with it, ants to the home. Ants will enter the house in search of food; if none is present, they will leave. So store food in tight containers or refrigerate it. Rinse all food containers thoroughly before tossing them into the trash or recycling bin. Also, thoroughly...

Home Gardening Hot Topics

Here is a list of information on topics that are important right now: The Cicadas Aren't Coming What do I do About Ants? Terminte Identification The Saddleback Caterpillar The Wheel Bug 2013 Articles What Weed is This? Trees Made to Suffer

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the current average rental rate for farm land in Carroll County? The most accurate and reliable information we have on farm land rental rates comes from the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) of the United States Department of Agriculture: Carroll County non-irrigated crop land...

4-H Member Resources

Project Records Project Record Sheets General Dog Horse Large Animal Market Livestock Poultry Rabbit and Cavy Small Pet Helpful Information How to Complete a Maryland 4-H Project Record Sheet Your First Horse Project Your First Beef Project Your First Goat Project Your First Sheep Project Your...

Water & Chesapeake Bay

Improving water quality through storm water 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...


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...


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