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Kent County

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Horticulture Lecture Series

The Kent Horticulture Lecture Series takes place once a year on weekday mornings in March . In 2020 talks will be held on Thursday mornings from 10-11:30am at the Chestertown Town Hall, 2nd floor (118 North Cross Street, Chestertown).

Kent County Fair

2019 Kent County Fair Guide 2019 Entry Forms (PDF Format) Beef Dairy Cattle Sheep Goat Swine Poultry/Fowl Small Pets Rabbit/Cavy 4-H Rabbit/Cavy Showmanship 4-H Horse and Pony Open Horse and Pony Dog 4-H Ambassador Pretty Animal 4-H Tractor Operator Safety 4-H Promotion: Club Booth 4-H Promotion:...

Home and Garden Information Center

Thank you for your inquiry. All home horticulture and pest management questions directed to University of Maryland Extension are answered by our staff of Certified Professional Horticulturists at the Home and Garden Information Center (HGIC) . This state-wide resource will provide you with free...

Record Books

NEW 4-H Records Books are an important part of a 4-H'ers program year and 4-H career. Record books teach recordkeeping, written communication and organization. 4-H'ers are encouraged to complete a record book every year and submit it to the Kent County 4-H Office by the Tuesday following the Martin...

Kent County 4-H

Elizabeth Hill FEA 4-H Youth Development Kent County 4-H Current Happenings Another busy and most important time! There are many exciting activites coming up. Be sure to read the current 4-H Times newsletter which is posted to this website. See link on the right sidebar of this page. Kent 4-H...

Additional Publications & Resources

UME Agriculture Programs: Ag Marketing Agriculture Law Annie's Project Aquaculture Aronia Beginning Farmer Success Farm Management Farm Transitions and Estate Planning Grain Marketing Grant Writing Assistance Grapes and Fruit IPMnet LEAD Maryland Maryland Grain Maryland Poultry Maryland Vegetables...


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