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Decorative heading for the page, with the title "Cranberry Agriculture in Maine" between two decorative cranberry pictures


University of Maine Cooperative Extension provides educational resources, consultations, and networking opportunities for Maine cranberry growers. Our experts stress the use of best management practices and integrated crop management programs to improve crop production and sustainability while simultaneously reducing risks to human health and the environment.


Link to our section that provides services for Maine cranberry growers, at  http://extension.umaine.edu/cranberries/grower-services/Link to our page of cranberry education resources for teachers/educators, at  http://extension.umaine.edu/cranberries/educator-resources/Link to our fact sheet about Highbush Cranberry, at  http://extension.umaine.edu/cranberries/highbush-cranberry/A button linking to our page with instructions for growing cranberries, at  http://extension.umaine.edu/cranberries/growing-cranberries/
A button for linking to our page full of cranberry facts and history, at  http://extension.umaine.edu/cranberries/cranberry-facts-and-history/A button for linking to a page to find out the nutritional makeup of a cup of cranberries, at  http://extension.umaine.edu/cranberries/cranberry-contents/A button for linking to our page describing different ways that you can add cranberries to your diet, at  http://extension.umaine.edu/cranberries/ways-to-use-cranberries/Link to a page of Maine cranberry pictures, at  http://extension.umaine.edu/cranberries/cranberry-photos/A ripe cranberry in Etna, Maine
A button for linking to our Maine cranberry publications listing and a cranberry bibliography, at  http://extension.umaine.edu/cranberries/cranberry-bibliography/ (plus, a decorative cartoon free clip art of a man reading a book sits atop the button, courtesy of SchoolClipArt.com)A decorative button that links to a page of other useful sites intended primarily for Maine cranberry growers Cranberry uprights (for decoration on the page) (also links to the Site Map page) Click on the words 'Site Map' to visit our site map page, at http://http://extension.umaine.edu/cranberries/test/

cranberry-blog-header (a title that simply says 'Cranberry Blog')

decorative button with an attractive font for the label "What's New?" for linking to a page of cranberry news items


Cranberry questions? Contact Charles Armstrong, Cranberry Professional. University of Maine Cooperative Extension || Pest Management Office || 491 College Avenue || Orono, ME 04473-1295 || Tel: 207.581.2967 [email: charles.armstrong@maine.edu]