University of Maryland Extension

UPDATED 6/17/2020 - THE WICOMICO COUNTY EXTENSION OFFICE - WORKING FOR YOU!

In response to the University of Maryland, Wicomico County Government and Governor Larry Hogan’s actions taken to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the University of Maryland Extension, Wicomico County Office is implementing policies to limit in-person transactions and safeguard the health of its employees, stakeholders and the general public.

To access helpful links, click on the icon above titled Extension Helping You Through Covid-19

University of Maryland Extension will continue working hard to maintain normal operations as much as possible. For any questions, please contact Karen D. Reddersen, Area Extension Director-Lower Shore at kredders@umd.edu or 301-325-3960.

Our employees are teleworking so appointments will be held via email and/or conference call between 8 am and 4:30 pm. During this time, our staff will continue to be available by phone and email. They can be reached as follows:

Area Extension Director - Karen Reddersen – 301-325-3960; kredders@umd.edu

4-H Program Assistant - Barbara Barga - 410-749-6141; bbarga@umd.edu

Nutrient Mgmt Advisor - Keri Grant – 410-749-6141 ext 109; kgrant16@umd.edu

Administrative Asst - Jo Ann Littlefield – 410-749-6141 ext 100; jlittlef@umd.edu

FSNE Agent Associate - Lynn Matava – 410-749-6141 ext 102; lmatava@umd.edu

FCS Educator - Dhruti Patel – 410-749-6141 ext 104; dhrutip@umd.edu

4H Educator - Amy Rhodes – 410-749-6141 ext 108; arhodes1@umd.edu

Principal Agent Associate - Virginia Rosenkranz – 410-749-6141 ext 106; rosnkrnz@umd.edu

Administrative Asst - Diane Timmons – 302-245-7029; dtimmons@umd.edu

Nutrient Mgmt Advisor - Anne-Meredith Webster – 410-749-6141 ext 109; amw99@umd.edu

 

For more information on the statewide response to COVID-19, please visit governor.maryland.gov/coronavirus.

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Welcome to the University of Maryland Extension (UME) of Wicomico County which is part of a statewide educational organization funded by federal, state, and local governments. Our mission is to support Maryland's agricultural industry; protect its valuable natural resources; enhance the well-being of families and individuals, both young and old; and foster the development of strong, stable communities.

The UME network of local or regional offices are staffed by one or more experts who provide useful, practical, and research-based information to agricultural producers, small business owners, youth, consumers, and others in rural areas and communities of all sizes. UME has field offices in all twenty-three Maryland counties and Baltimore City.

The Wicomico County UME faculty and staff provide a broad range of outreach through workshops, seminars, classes, clinics, newsletters, consultations, and media efforts related to the following topics:   

This mission is accomplished by faculty and staff within the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources of the University of Maryland, College Park, and the University of Maryland, Eastern Shore through the discovery, integration, dissemination, and application of research based knowledge in the agricultural, human, and life sciences.

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