University of Maryland Extension

Queen Anne's County

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Annie's Project

Annie's Project is designed to empower farmwomen to develop networks and skills key to making successful farm transitions. Through the courses, farm women find answers, strength, and friendship, and grow in confidence, business skills, and community prestige. Click on the Annie's Project Logo to...

Ag Extension Specialists

Click on the image above for a list of extension faculty and their areas of specialization.

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...

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...


Queen Anne's County Extension Office 505 Railroad Avenue Suite 4 Centreville, MD 21617 Hours: 8:00am- 4:30pm Phone: (410) 758-0166 Fax: (410) 758-3687 Staff Contact Information UME - Cooperative Extension 100 years (Smith-Lever Act) DID YOU KNOW... 2014 was a Year of Celebration Extension...

Fruit and Vegetable Information

Fruit and Vegetable information can be found in the Bi-Weekly Newsletter Fruit and Vegetable Headline News Extension Programs at WyeRec

Family & Consumer Sciences

Food plays an important role in our lives. It provides sustenance, pleasure and has a significant impact on our health and wellbeing. FCS Educators are committed to helping people make informed decisions about their own health and well-being, and using information to promote positive behavioral...


Click on the Videos below to hear presentations from our 2013 Organic Meeting


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