Blueberries in field

Summer 2021 Field Days-Organic Climate Resilience-Stockton Springs


Join us for a combined pest and crop management field meeting in Waldo County with the grower Josh Dixon. Dr. Calderwood’s UMaine team has a mulch research study at this location, which will be featured. Maine NRCS will be present to share information about mulch and irrigation programs.

Wednesday, June 23, 2021, 3-5 pm

1 PA Credit available

These events are in-person, masks are encouraged, and social distancing is required.

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Program Description

Location: Staples Homestead, 302 Old County Rd, Stockton Springs

Coordinates: 44°31’11.9″N 68°53’05.1″W
Drive up the driveway past home on right, barn on left. Keep driving out farm road into hay field. Park at UMaine sign in hay field. Walk down hill to blueberry field.

Description: 1 PA Credit available

3:00-4:00 IPM Topics: Organic Wild Blueberry Pest and Crop Management

4:00-5:00 NRCS Topics: Irrigation and Mulch

If you are a person with a disability and need accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Mary Michaud at or 207.581.3175 or 1.800.287.0274 (in Maine) to discuss your needs. Receiving requests for accommodations at least 10 days before the program provides a reasonable amount of time to meet the request, however, all requests will be considered.

Program Details


Wednesday, June 23, 2021


3:00-5:00 pm


44°31’11.9″N 68°53’05.1″W (Staples Homestead, 302 Old County Rd, Stockton Springs)

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