Currently, the University of Maine Cooperative Extension at Hancock County office is open by appointment only

We encourage clients to continue to use telephone and email communication if possible to reduce Covid-19 exposure risk. If an in-person consultation is necessary, please contact the office to make an appointment. 


To contact the University of Maine Cooperative Extension Hancock County Office:


Following the University of Maine guidance and protocols, staff and clients will be practicing physical distancing and wearing face coverings, using hand sanitizer frequently, and minimizing the number of people in the office by meeting clients outside if possible.

— June 30, 2021

Effective Until Sunday, October 31, 2021:

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  • Per University of Maine System guidelines, face coverings are required indoors — on University or non-University property, in University administered facilities, or non-University administered facilities — this is for all visitors or all employeesvaccinated or unvaccinated.
  • UMaine Extension is gradually returning to normal operations. Buildings and offices may have different protocols depending on staffing and, with that, we encourage you to call ahead.

For contact information for your local county UMaine Extension office, visit the County Offices page.


University of Maine Cooperative Extension in Hancock County gives local residents access to the resources and expertise of the University of Maine. Through educational programs and resources, UMaine Extension delivers unbiased, research-based information to Hancock County citizens. We can answer your questions on a wide array of topics. To find out how we can help you, browse our site or contact us by email (extension.hancock@maine.edu) or by phone (207.667.8212).

For over 100 years, University of Maine Cooperative Extension has worked with Maine volunteers to offer community-driven, research-based educational programs in every county. Our annual report features highlights of recent accomplishments and the difference we make in the lives of Maine citizens and their communities.

Putting university research to work in homes, businesses, farms, and communities for over 100 years.