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COVID-19: Food Safety Resources

NC State Extension’s Food Safety team has compiled resources that provide best practices for preparing for COVID-19 and managing …

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Bringing Science Home

Hands-on experiments help kids hone valuable science skills like observing, asking questions and predicting answers, but social distancing creates …

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Central North Carolina Planting Calendar for Annual Vegetables, Fruits, and Herbs

In central North Carolina almost any type of vegetable or fruit can be grown successfully …

2 days ago

Hurricane Preparedness

The key to surviving a hurricane is preparation. This factsheet takes you through the thought …

1 week agoDisaster Preparedness
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Creating a Crop Maze With GPS

This publication explains how to create a crop maze with GPS (global positioning system).

2 weeks ago

Conserving Working Lands: A Land Legacy Workbook with Tools and Resources to Guide Your Conservation Planning Journey

Your land is valuable to you and your family. Protection and successful transition begins with …

7/8/20

Designing Rain Gardens (Bio-Retention Areas)

This publication reviews bio-retention use, specifically the use of rain gardens, and describes design criteria.

6/23/20Urban Waterways
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Collard Greens

This series of publications provides information about how to grow, harvest, and prepare a variety …

6/22/20Grow It, Eat It
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Community Backyard Composting Programs Can Reduce Waste and Save Money

This publication describes how communities can develop and implement backyard composting programs that reduce the …

6/9/20

Eat Smart Move More North Carolina: Growing Communities Through Gardens

Gardens bring communities together. Not only are community gardens a good way to get more …

6/4/20