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Christmas trees

Christmas Trees

A favorite holiday tradition for many people of Sampson County is making the trek to the mountains to purchase …

National Farm Safety and Health Week 2022

Article written by: Alyssa Spence, MS, NBCT Area Specialized Extension Agent, Agromedicine, Farm Safety & Health North Carolina Cooperative Extension-Southeast District, Lenoir …

Hurricane

On Farm Hurricane Preparation

So far, the hurricane season here in North Carolina has been pleasantly quiet. Since the start of hurricane season …

Farmers market

Eating Local

This time of the year is the perfect opportunity to find fresh local produce! There are many common misconceptions …

Watermelons

Fresh Farm Products for Summer!

With summer in full swing, the bounty of fresh, local produce is all around us. Roadside stands and community …

Stay Safe in the Summer Heat

It’s the middle of June and Sampson County has already experienced several days of heat indexes over 94 degrees. …

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Building Local Food Economies: A Guide for Governments

This publication serves as a guide on building local food economies for planners, economic developers, …

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4-H students hold chickens.

4-H Chicken Donation: Embryology to Harvesting

This publication, part of the Farm to Food Bank Resource Guide, discusses 4-H projects that …

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People work in a community food garden.

Master Gardener Volunteers and Community / Home Gardens

This publication, part of the Farm to Food Bank Resource Guide, discusses using community and …

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Food Pantry Produce Markets

This publication, part of the Farm to Food Bank Resource Guide, discusses setting up a …

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Volunteers sort food at a food bank.

Farm to Food Bank Resource Guide for North Carolina Cooperative Extension

This publication provides information and success stories related to food banks, food pantries, food donation …

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Direct to Food Bank and Food Pantry Donations

This publication, part of the Farm to Food Bank Resource Guide, discusses food donations given …

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Hunters donate venison.

Venison Donation Programs

This publication, part of the Farm to Food Bank Resource Guide, discusses venison donation programs …

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Introduction: Food Banks and Food Pantries

This publication, part of the Farm to Food Bank Resource Guide, describes food banks and …

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