University of Maryland Extension

Queen Anne's County

Base Name: 
queen-annes-county

Become a Master Gardener

How Do I Become a Master Gardener? You become a Master Gardener by successfully completing the Master Gardener 40-hour training program and then volunteering your time. What Does a Master Gardener Do? Master Gardeners help the University of Maryland Extension solve gardening problems and teach...

Resources

Interested in becoming a Master Gardener ? Master Gardener Training Application Form - Word Format Master Gardener Training Application Form - PDF Already a Master Gardener? Master Gardener Volunteer Hours Form- excel Format Master Gardener Volunteer Hours Form- PDF General Gardening/Master...

Grant and Loan Programs

Finance Resource List Small Business Administration Farm Service Agency Direct Farm Loans Energy Programs Conservation Programs Direct and Counter-Cyclical Payment Program Average Crop Revenue Election Program Disaster Assistance Programs Rural Energy for America Program Grants/Energy Audit and...

Agronomy Day

Agronomy Day is held once a year in Queen Anne's County. 2020 2020 Agronomy Day 2020 Agronomy Day Results 2020 Agronomy Day Photos Weed and Herbicide Control Update 2019 Presented by Dr. Kurt Volmer, Extension Weed Specialist https://youtu.be/Jh95Dj8wIv0 Benefits of Using Poultry Litter in Crop...

Organic

Queen Anne's County holds an Organic Production Meeting once a year, typically the second week in March. This site will provide more information as it becomes available. 2018 Organic Production Meeting, Grain, Vegetable & Livestock Friday, March 9th, 2018 - Chesapeak College - 9:00 a.m. - 3:00...

Weather Data- Queen Anne's County

Historical data and tracking weather is an important tool for crop production. Below are charts and data for rainfall total from 1940 to 2009. Thank you to John Swaine, Jr and John Swaine III for sharing their data. Click on the links below Chart of Monthly rainfall totals Graphs of rainfall totals...

Food Supplement Nutrition Education

Welcome to the Food Supplement Nutrition Education (FSNE) program page. FSNE provides nutrition education to help low-income individuals and families make healthy food choices, develop food preparation skills, handle food safely, improve shopping skills, and increase physical activity. FSNE also...

Publications & Resources

Careers in Agriculture Resource : Poster - Brochure Handout - 100 Careers in Agriculture from A to Z Keeping the Bay Blue You and the Chesapeake Bay Series EBR 3 - Your Lawn EBR 7 - Farmers Do Their Part EBR 8 - Nutrient Management Planning In Maryland EBR 9 - Farm Bill Budget Facts EBR 10 - Farm...

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