Maine Home Garden News

bird house in vegetable garden; photo by Edwin Remsberg

Please, let us know about the difference we have made in your gardening endeavors!

We hope you’ve enjoyed another year of Maine Home Garden News (MHGN). To continue receiving funding, UMaine Extension is asked to indicate what impacts we have made on the people we served in the past year. We would like to take the opportunity to gather your input regarding the topics presented in the 2020 season of MHGN. This 10-question survey should take only about 10 minutes to complete.

Thank you for taking the time to help us let our stakeholders know about the difference we have made in your gardening endeavors.

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On behalf of the entire MHGN team,
Kate Garland, Horticulturist


Welcome to Maine Home Garden News! I hope the information in each issue of this newsletter will help you appreciate the beauty and wonder of plants in your landscape. We wish you a beautiful and bountiful growing season ahead.

In addition to this practical newsletter, your local UMaine Extension county office is available to assist you with gardening advice and information. The University of Maine Cooperative Extension also has numerous fact sheets and video clips to help you learn and grow.

Sincerely,
Katherine Garland, Editor — Maine Home Garden News


University of Maine Cooperative Extension’s Maine Home Garden News is a local resource designed to equip home gardeners with practical information.

Let us know if you would like to be notified when new issues are posted. To receive e-mail notifications fill out our online form.

For more information or questions, contact Kate Garland at katherine.garland@maine.edu or 1.800.287.1485 (in Maine).

Maine Home Garden News was created in response to a continued increase in requests for information on gardening and includes timely and seasonal tips, as well as research-based articles on all aspects of gardening. Articles are written by UMaine Extension specialists, educators, and horticulture professionals, as well as Master Gardener Volunteers from around the state, with Katherine Garland, Horticulturalist, UMaine Extension Penobscot County, serving as editor.


Equal Opportunity for All

Thank you for choosing Maine Cooperative Extension for your educational needs. It is important that we ensure equal opportunity to all who might benefit from our programs and resources. As a way to document those we are reaching through Maine Home Garden News, we are seeking the following information on an optional and anonymous basis.

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