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Watch for the Asian Longhorned Tick

Published by April W Bowman / May 22, 2020

There is a new tick nearby. One tick can lay 3,000 eggs, so keep your eyes open for it! Photo by: Matt Bertone, NC State University

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Coronavirus Food Assistance Program for Farmers

Published by Kim Gressley / May 21, 2020

Are you a farmer that might be eligible for assistance through the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP)? Learn more about who may qualify and what agency is administering the program here.

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Creating a Sustainable Future Through Climate Reality Training

Published by Phyllis B. Smith / May 19, 2020

Ready for some good news? The tools and technology to address climate change are here today! Join N.C. Cooperative Extension on May 28 at 7:00 p.m. for a free online event to explore solution-based possibilities.

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How to Select Landscape Plants

Published by Leslie Peck / May 19, 2020

As you add new plants to your yard, there are quite a few things to think about. Extension has resources to help you make the best selections.

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Do Not Import Hay or Nursery Products from Fire Ant Quarantine Areas Without Inspection

Published by April W Bowman / May 15, 2020

You cannot import hay, or nursery products from a red county into a white county without an inspection due to the fire ant quarantine unless it meets the exemptions listed below.

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4-H Photography Contest Entries Due June 26

Published by April W Bowman / May 12, 2020

All youth ages 5-18 are invited to submit entries in the 4-H Photography Contest. Youth ages 8-18 can compete for prizes with other 4-H'ers across the state.

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