University of Maryland Extension

Queen Anne's County

Base Name: 
queen-annes-county

Resources

Food & Nutrition In a Pinch....Food Ingredient Substitutions and Equivalents Food Safety Safely Handling Raw Poultry UME - Food Preservation Facebook Live Series

COVID-19 Resources

National Resources Government Response to Coronavirus Center for Disease Control: Coronavirus Information and Resources World Health Organization: Coronavirus Information State Resources Updates from Governor Hogan's Office Maryland Department of Health: Coronavirus Information and Resources County...

Garden Hoes Podcast

A monthly podcast where we help you get down and dirty in your garden, with timely gardening tips, information about native plants, and more! The Garden Hoes Podcast is brought to you by the University of Maryland Extension. https://extension.umd.edu/ . If you have gardening questions or...

Pesticide Safety

This webpage offers pesticide information, training, and resources for pesticide applicators. https://extension.umd.edu/pesticide

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

Queen Anne's County Master Gardener 5th Annual Seed Swap & Garden Day 2021 (Date TBD). Representatives from the community garden and the University of Maryland Extension Queen Anne’s County Master Gardeners will be present to share information on various aspects of gardening. The “Ask a 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...

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