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Horticulture - Gardens at Tidewater Farm

Flowers at the UMaine Gardens at Tidewater Farm

 The University of Maine Gardens at Tidewater Farm, in Falmouth, promote the Harvest for Hunger Program and provide education opportunities for children and adults. This Master Gardener Project grew 1540 pounds of produce during the 2016 gardening season and donated it to Wayside Food Programs for distribution to local food pantries and community meals programs; hosted a variety of educational events; and provided needed space for hands-on learning.

Tidewater Brochure

view of the water at Tidewater Farm
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Visit the Gardens 

The gardens are open to the public from sunrise to sunset. All are welcome to come visit and enjoy the gardens with a beautiful view of the Presumpscot River. Often you will see a Master Gardener Volunteer working in the garden, please feel free to ask them any questions you may have.

Directions to the UMaine Gardens at Tidewater Farm.pdf

(Please be respectful of all instructors and students while educational programs and workshops are taking place, and please do not interfere with any wildlife. )

UMaine Gardens at Tidewater Map


 For more information about the Gardens at Tidewater Farm contact Kookie McNerney, UMaine Extension at kathleen.mcnerney@maine.edu.


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