University of Maryland Extension

Carroll County

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Health & Wellness

The Carroll County Health and Wellness program provides research-based programming in: Health Communication Healthy Homes Family and Community Health These programs include, but are not limited to: Healthy Mind and Body, How to Talk with Your Doctor, Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Education,...

Food & Nutrition

The Carroll County Food and Nutrition Program provides research based programing in: Healthy food choices and the importance of physical activity Resource management to get the most nutritional bang for your food dollar Food safety Food Preservation These programs include, but are not limited to,...


Agriculture in Carroll County is a diverse industry including, livestock and milk production, grains, egg production, fruits, vegetables and more. The Carroll County Agriculture Extension Agents provide technical and educational information to county farmers to keep them up-to-date on current...

4-H & Youth

The Carroll County 4-H Youth Development Program offers opportunities for youth ages 5-18 to live, learn, grow, and have fun! Opportunities include club meetings, project activities, contests, camp, fair, and more. 4-H is the youth development branch of the University of Maryland Extension. 4-H...

Carroll County

The Carroll County Extension Office is closed due to COVID-19 restrictions. All faculty and staff members are on telework and email is the best way to reach out right now. 


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