Commercial horticulture — fruit, vegetable and landscape plant production — represents a fast-growing segment of North Carolina’s economy. North Carolina Cooperative Extension helps growers implement research-based production practices, investigate high-value alternative crops, develop sound business plans and explore new marketing options to ensure continued farm profitability, environmental stewardship and quality of life.
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Administrative Professionals Association Herter-O’Neal Scholarship News Release Nominations are being sought for a $750 scholarship offered by the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Administrative Professionals Association (NCCEAPA) through March 15, MORE »
They weren’t spreading rumors, but they were sharing some of the outstanding accomplishments of Cooperative Extension in Currituck at the annual Report to the People held on February 18th. A room full of MORE »
Spring is almost here and it is time to get into shape! NC Cooperative Extension is introducing the Get Fit Currituck program which allows parents, teachers, and community members to be active and MORE »
The Dare and Currituck County Centers of North Carolina Cooperative Extension will be sponsoring the annual Landscape Professionals Workshop on Tuesday, February 19, 2013 in the Kitty Hawk Town Hall at 101 Veteran’s MORE »
The holidays mean business. People are stretched thin, trying to manage it all while still being a source of holiday cheer. When holiday stress comes around, holiday weight gain is often not far MORE »
Currituck County Cooperative Extension welcomed Deborah Kelso as the newest member of their staff on December 3, 2012. Deborah will be serving as the Agriculture Technician for Currituck County. She will oversee the MORE »