Extension Homemakers are key to lifetime learning

Cooperative Extension Homemaker woman laughingExtension Homemaker group members help to extend the resources of the University of Maine Cooperative Extension into their communities through educational opportunities and service projects. Local members in most counties in Maine belong to their local community group, their county group, and the state group, Maine Extension Homemakers Council.

Who may join an Extension group?

Anyone who is interested in learning new information to improve their personal, family, and community life.

How can I join an Extension group?

You may join by calling your local UMaine Extension county office. They will connect you with the local groups in your area.

Why should I join an Extension group?

By being a member of Extension Homemakers, you will have the opportunity to learn with others, make new friends, and contribute to your community, county, and state. You will gain additional leadership skills and be able to share your interests and talents with others.


The Extension Homemakers Creed

six hands linking to show team spiritLet us join together to educate and serve the members of our organization and the community.

Let us be aware of and be concerned for each other.

Let us do all things in a caring manner and with true enjoyment.

We truly believe in the home and community involvement that living in a free county allows us.

May our examples provide a beacon for others to follow and may our efforts ensure a future for homemakers everywhere.

– Caroline Mayo, Author, Franklin County Homemaker
Adopted 1995