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Dorchester County

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Fresh Conversations for Older Adults

Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the in-person Fresh Conversations withing Lower Shore Counties has been delayed until further notice. However, we are currently offering online webinar sessions. What Online Topics Will be Discussed in 2020? Ancient Grains Make a Come Back Sugar:Sinfully Sweet Go with Your...

Fred Pomeroy - January #FeaturedFarmer

By Land or By Sea, It’s a Farmer’s Life For Me Although Fred Pomeroy hasn’t always been a farmer, farming has always been in his blood. Fred’s modest waterfront acreage in Dorchester County has been in his family since 1920, becoming a Maryland Century Farm this year. But while Fred loves his...

Community News & Radio

#FeaturedFarmers Check out our newest social media campaign on Facebook - #FeaturedFarmer Fridays! This campaign will showcase a different Dorchester County farmer each month, acknowledging our hard-working Dorchester County farmers, their accomplishments and what they bring to our community; as...

4-H Fun Events

4-H Fun Day held June 7, 2014 at Thendara 4-H Center

DNR & 4-H Hunter Safety Camp

Co- sponsored by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and University of Maryland Extension 4-H program, this certification weekend is a new way for youth ages 9 to 15 years to get their Hunter Safety Certification. The Hunter Safety Camp will be held at the Thendara 4-H Center, 6275 Lord’s...

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