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On Saturday, March 23, over 60 gardeners from Prince George’s County and surrounding communities attended the 2nd Annual Growing Community Gardens event.
There's a new project starting in Prince George's County - trying to integrate refugee/asylee/immigrant families in the county connected to gardening and farming opportunities.
Two University of Maryland Extension interns are making a real difference in Prince George's County.
This summer, University of Maryland Extension is hosting a Rain Barrel Workshop for the residents of Prince George’s County.
Learn USDA-approved canning techniques for tomatoes, fruits, jams, and jellies.
University of Maryland Extension interns are launching a pilot rain barrel program in Prince George's County.
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