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After the Storm!

N.C. Cooperative Extension has a wealth of information that will help answer questions from crop and garden issues and …

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Boil Water Advisory

Residents using the municipal water systems of Canton, Clyde, and parts of Lake Junaluska are currently under a Boil …

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Cleaning Up After the Flood

The Cruso, Bethel, Canton, and Clyde communities in Haywood County experienced devastation by the floodwaters resulting from Tropical Storm …

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Drop Off Unwanted Pesticides April 28

The N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDA&CS) Pesticide Disposal Assistance Program, a non-regulatory and cost-free program, in …

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Learn to Ferment in Online Class

Have you ever wanted to learn to ferment foods? In this five-week series, we will demonstrate and share resources …

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March Is National Nutrition Month

March is National Nutrition Month and while it is still cold outside there are plenty of vegetables “in season” …

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21. Youth, Community, and Therapeutic Gardening

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“Se hacen puentes al andar”: A Resource for Parents & Caregivers of Latino LGBTQ+ Youth

“Se hacen puentes al andar” is about highlighting the power of family belonging and the …

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Controlled Drainage Management Guidelines for Improving Drainage Water Quality

This publication explains how future agricultural practices must be designed and managed to protect water …

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How Does Nitrogen Move Through a Swine Farm with a Lagoon-Sprayfield System?

This publication provides basic information on animal production systems and reviews the movement of nitrogen …

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Managing Backyards and Other Urban Habitats for Birds

This publication describes how homeowners can create backyards and other urban habitats that attract a …

6/8/22Urban Wildlife
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Growing Food

This publication, chapter 9 of Collard Greens and Common Ground: A North Carolina Community Food …

5/23/22
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Soil, Plots, and Planters

This publication, chapter 8 of Collard Greens and Common Ground: A North Carolina Community Food …

5/23/22