University of Maryland Extension

Kent County

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Plant Clinics

Master Gardener Volunteers have a booth at the Chestertown Farmer's Market on Saturdays in Fountain Park from 8- noon. Visitor can ask question about plants, vagetable gardening, pests, diseases, Bay-Wise Friendly gardening techniques and anything else related to gardening. The first plant clinic...

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...

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...

Ask a Master Gardener

If you have any questions related to plants, pests or diseases, please feel free to submit your question online. Simply fill out the form and click submit.

Become a Master Gardener

The Maryland Master Gardener vision is a healthier world through environmental stewardship. Master Gardeners receive 40-50 hours of basic training from University of Maryland and related industry professionals on environmental horticulture, an approach which reduces fertilizer and pesticide use,...

Youth Gardening

Kent County Middle School is home to a large school garden and outdoor class room. All students and teachers are welcome in the garden. Regular maintenance is provided by 7th grade during the school year. During the summer months, Master Gardeners and community members take care of the garden...

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