'Agriculture Resources That Are Not Your Grandmother’s Book List'
Welcome to 21st century agriculture resources! Where cutting edge information is at your fingertips. We will dig into books and websites to discover their hidden secrets! We will examine books for inspiration then go live on amazing websites to explore resources you never knew were there. In addition, we conduct low-cost, hands-on activities such as Plant Yoga, Wildlife Cookies and DIY Seed Balls. How will you find the information when you get home? A detailed handout provides resources and links. From citizen science to pollinator decline, and soil health to water issues, we cover topics relevant to everybody.|
Workshop Session (all workshops will be 60 minutes)
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|Biosketch:||Pam Hosimer received her Master of Library and Information Science degree, as a special librarian concentrating on agricultural and environmental topics, from the University of Maryland, College Park. She has presented at local, state and national conferences as a volunteer for Extension since becoming a Master Gardener in 2008 and an original member of the Statewide Grow It, Eat It program formed in 2009. Formerly a special education teacher in the public school system, Pam had previously worked with Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation developing farm-based curriculum for Maryland middle school students. Passionate about growing food and teaching where food comes from Pam ties together her experience as an educator, gardener and librarian by utilizing a multimedia approach with students in the classroom and the garden. In her free time Pam likes to visit gardens and farms, volunteer in the community, read mystery books, drink tea, meet new people and travel.|
|Organization/Affiliation:||University of Maryland Extension Master Gardener|