University of Maryland Extension


Agnes Kedmenecz - Forest Stewardship Educator

Agnes works with forest landowners to establish and improve management on their wooded land. She coordinates and teaches educational programs on a variety of related topics, including

The Woods in Your Backyard, which is targeted at owners of 1-10 acres of woodland. Other projects include a pilot program in community forest management and forestry education for municipal officers. She also writes a monthly column, TreeTips, in the regional agribusiness newspaper, The Delmarva Farmer.

Please visit Woodland Stewardship Education for more information and news on upcoming events.

Agnes is also the Maryland/Delaware Master Logger Program Coordinator. In this role, she manages the voluntary logger training program for Maryland and Delaware.  For more information visit

Nancy Stewart - Faculty Extension Assistant, Forestry

Nancy administers the General Forestry Course and assists with maintaining other forestry related websites and information.


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