University of Maryland Extension

Queen Anne's County

Base Name: 
queen-annes-county

Annual Plant Sale & Garden Day

In addition to mingling with a group of passionate and knowledgeable gardeners, you can buy plants, introduce the kids to pollinator friendly gardening, or ask those questions about your landscape you’ve been wondering about all spring. Master Gardeners will help you select the perfect plant for...

Grow It Eat It

What is the Grow It Eat It Program? The mission of the University of Maryland Extension (UME) Grow It Eat It (GIEI) Program is to promote backyard and community food production. Since 2009, Master Gardeners have taught classes/workshops, developed demonstration gardens, and have educated...

Seed Swap

Join Anne's County Master Gardeners for our 4th Annual Seed Swap & Garden Day on Saturday, March 21st at the Queen Anne's County Public Library in Kent Island from 10 am to 12 pm. Representatives from the community garden and the University of Maryland Extension Queen Anne’s County Master...

Bay-Wise Gardening

Most Maryland residents live within a half-mile of a storm drain, stream or river. Most of those waterways eventually drain into the Chesapeake Bay. What we do to maintain our own landscapes can affect the health of our local waterways (drainage ditches, streams, and rivers), the Chesapeake Bay and...

Plant Clinics

The Queen Anne's County Master Gardeners, University of Maryland Extension, will be conducting plant clinics in various locations in the county. Master Gardeners will be available to answer horticultural questions in an effort to teach sound, sustainable practices. Kent Island Details: The Ask a...

Newsletters

Agronomy News (April 2018) Agronomy News (May 2018) Agronomy News (June 2018) Agronomy News (July 2018) Agronomy News (2018 Special Edition) Agronomy News (August 2018) Agronomy News (April 2019)

Record Book Forms

Click on the links below to access your 4-H Record Keeping Forms. Queen Anne's County MD Summary Record QA Clover Summary Record MD 4-H General Project Record (Non-Animal) Animal Project Records 4-H Camelid Project Record 4-H Dairy Project Record 4-H Dog Project Record 4-H Horse Project Record 4-H...

Helpful Tips

Recordkeeping is a very valuable and unique to 4-H skill taught to members of the Queen Anne's County 4-H program. Our Members are encouraged to keep project records books and submit these books annually. The primary purposes of completing a recordbook are for a young person to develop the skills...

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