Please call or email the University of Maine Cooperative Extension York County to make an appointment.

PLEASE NOTE: Nasson Health, which shares the building with Extension, conducts Covid-19 screenings for everyone entering the building. You will be supplied with a fresh, disposable mask. You must be masked in order to enter the Extension office.

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

Phone: 207.324.2814 (voicemails are forwarded to staff)  and Email: extension.york@maine.edu

Office Hours:

Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.


For more resources please visit UMaine Extension: Connecting with Maine Communities During Covid-19

Effective Friday, August 6, 2021:

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  • Per University of Maine guidelines, face coverings are required indoors for any visitor or employee who is not fully vaccinated — on University or non-University property, in University administered facilities, or non-University administered facilities.
  • 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.

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

Phone: 207.324.2814 (voicemails are forwarded to staff)  and Email: extension.york@maine.edu


UMaine Extension expects to be fully open and returned to normal by the end of August 2021.



University of Maine Cooperative Extension in York County gives local residents access to the resources and expertise of the University of Maine. Through educational programs, publications, and events, UMaine Extension delivers unbiased, research-based information to York 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 e-mail at extension.york@maine.edu or by phone at 207.324.2814 or 1.800.287.1535 (in Maine).

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