Carroll County Master Gardeners – News
This coming Saturday!
Saturday, August 18, 2018 8:00 AM-1:00 PM
Carroll County Farmers Market,
700 Agricultural Center Dr, Westminster, MD 21157
Learn about Heirloom Tomatoes,
how to grow them and save their seeds
• Taste dozens of varieties of
• Taste delicious homemade
• Collect tomato recipes
• Fun activities for kids
• Guess how many tomatoes in the jar
and win a prize
• Meet Miss Tomato
Good Crowd at the Festival!
Please share your experience with us! Click the link below to take our quick
5 Question Survey!
Your feedback helps us GROW!
Carroll County Forestry Board is pleased to announce they are now accepting orders for Free Backyard Buffer seedling packets for all Carroll County residents within 300 feet of a water body. Carroll County Forestry Board is also accepting registration for the ‘Fish Grow On Trees’ workshop. This year, the workshop focuses on streamside forest benefits for Maryland wildlife, including native brook trout restoration and federally endangered bog turtles.
Here are the links:
Backyard Buffer Seedling Giveaway
Fish Grow On Trees Workshop
For additional questions, please contact Maryland Forest Service at
Carroll County Master Gardeners are now available to answer your questions about home gardens and landscapes at the the following places:
Carroll County Farmer’s Market Saturdays at a booth located in the Breezeway between Burns Hall and Alesia Hall (Red Buildings)
The Sykesville Farmers’ Market, second Sunday of each month, 9 to 1, starting July 9 through September (The Market is in the lot behind Becks).
Manchester Post Office
North Carroll Library
The University of Maryland Extension programs are open to any person and will not discriminate against anyone because
of race, age, sex, color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, religion, ancestry, national origin,
marital status, genetic information, political affiliation, and gender identity or expression. Persons with disabilities
who require alternate means of communication of program information should contact us at 410-386-2760 or 888-326-9645;
Fax 410-876-0132; or use the Maryland Relay Service at 7-1-1 for text telephone service to our voice number.