UMass Extension Products and Services
Online Credit Card purchasing has been disabled for the short term. You may order by mail, fax or telephone. To order by mail or fax fill out one of the order forms located below (Adobe Acrobat PDF format). To place the order by phone, contact the Extension Bookstore directly at (413)545-5537, Tuesday-Thursday 9a-2p.
Click here for the standard store order form
Click here for the 2014 Order Form for Pesticide Exam Study Manuals
UMass Extension provides products and services through the units described below. In addition, you will find free fact sheets, educational materials and information on upcoming events available on program websites or by clicking the "More Research Based Information" button.
The Bookstore distributes publications and other items produced or used directly by UMass Extension faculty and staff as well as publications produced by the Arts Extension Service. Most of these products are available for sale with other informational material available as downloadable PDF files at no charge. Please note we cannot accept international orders except for Arts Extension Service publications. Contact the Arts Extension Service at firstname.lastname@example.org for international orders. Orders for multiple copies are NOT eligible for RETURN.
The Plant Diagnostics Laboratory, located at 101 University Dr., Suite A-7, near the UMass Amherst campus serves farmers, horticulturists, landscape contractors, turf managers, arborists, nurseries, and others in agriculture and the green industries. It provides reliable and prompt diagnosis of plant problems for these industries. The lab also assesses ticks for Lyme disease as a service to the public.
The Soil and Plant Tissue Testing Laboratory, located on the UMass Amherst campus in the West Experiment Station, provides a broad range of soil tests to companies and residents of the Commonwealth.
UMass Extension hosts several electronic mailing lists developed and maintained by our own programs and teams as well as affiliate and partnering organizations. Most newsletters and email listservs are provided free in an electronic format.
Parents can pay 4-H Youth Enrollment fees via credit card
Webinars provide the opportunity for self paced learning on a variety of topics. Access fees vary.