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4-H ASPIRE ACT Course

For more info please contact our 4-H Agent, Alex Sugg-Kennedy, at (252) …

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Introduction to Plant Identification

The Path to Successful Gardening Six Week Course taught by Bryce Lane NCSU Professor & Lecturer Emeritus, Dept. of Horticultural Science Location JC Raulston …

No Empty Bowl

The “No Empty Bowl” Project of Lenoir County Thanks to a giving community, the “No Empty Bowl” Project of Lenoir …

"No Empty Bowl"

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There are lots of things to be excited about, and fresh produce is definitely one of them! The month of …

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‘Tis the season for fresh fruits and veggies! Spring has arrived and with it, the opening of our local farmer’s …

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