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Blueberry Season is Here! Cooperative Extension

Blueberry Season is Here!

Published by Mary Jac Brennan / June 24, 2019

Whether you are growing your own, buying at the farmers’ market, or planning to visit a pick-your-own operation, the blueberry harvest has begun. Here's tips on how to grow your own blueberries.

Visit Winston-Salem Unveils New Logo and Slogan Forsyth County

Visit Winston-Salem Unveils New Logo and Slogan

Published by Todd Luck / June 21, 2019

Visit Winston-Salem unveiled its new logo and marketing tagline, “Look Forward, Travel Back” that it’ll use to promote Winston-Salem as a premier destination for tourism, conventions and other events.


Understanding Dementia Library

Understanding Dementia

Published by Wright Adams / June 19, 2019

Wake Forest Baptist Health's Memory Counseling Program will be offering a series of workshops on Understanding Dementia at several Forsyth County Public Libraries in 2019: June 25, July 16, August 13, September 3, October 15, and November 5. All of the programs will start at 6 p.m.

Community Garden Directory Update! Garden leaders, please submit updates by July 1, 2019! Cooperative Extension

Community Garden Directory Update! Garden leaders, please submit updates by July 1, 2019!

Published by Megan Gregory / June 13, 2019

Forsyth Community Gardening is updating our Map & Directory, and we need your help! We ask that ALL community gardens please take a few minutes to submit an updated Directory entry online between June 15, 2019 – July 1, 2019.


Is it a Worm, or is it a Snake? Cooperative Extension

Is it a Worm, or is it a Snake?

Published by Phyllis Smith / June 7, 2019

As one of our smallest snakes, the worm snake is often mistaken for its namesake. Like an earthworm, it never bites, so go ahead and take a closer look before it quickly wiggles away. Click on the photo to find out how to know if you’re seeing a shiny reptile as opposed to a slimy worm.

Stepping Up Graduation Celebrates SUPER Women Public Health

Stepping Up Graduation Celebrates SUPER Women

Published by Todd Luck / May 14, 2019

The Stepping Up Process to End Recidivism (SUPER) celebrated its second graduation last week, honoring three women who’ve been committed to the recovery process and out of jail for at least a year.

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