Americans are fortunate to enjoy a safe, affordable and abundant food supply. To keep it that way, North Carolina Cooperative Extension educational programs help reduce sources of foodborne illness, from the farm gate to the consumer’s plate, help food entrepreneurs launch successful businesses and provide processors with information and new technologies to enhance product quality and profitability while meeting state and federal regulations.
The Currituck County 4-H Program will sponsor its second Youth Cooking Show, to be held on October 30, 2015 at the Cooperative Extension Center in Barco from 5-8pm. Youth will have the opportunity MORE »
A 4-H’er from Currituck County attended the sixth annual North Carolina Association of County Commissioners (NCACC) Youth Summit, which was held in Greenville, North Carolina August 21-22, 2015. North Carolina 4-H and the MORE »
NC Cooperative Extension would like to congratulate Mitch Kreisel for winning the NC State Extension and Community Association (ECA) Scholarship. Mitch has been accepted into East Carolina’s Honors College where he will major MORE »
This year’s Currituck Heritage Festival will give local performers a platform to showcase various talents. The “Currituck County’s Got Talent” contest will be held during the annual festival which will take place at the Currituck MORE »
Currituck County Cooperative Extension is proud to announce that Ellen Owens, Extension 4-H & Youth Development Agent, has met the requirements for and received promotion of title from NC State University. Effective July MORE »
Media contact: Ellen Owens, 252-232-2262, email@example.com Currituck County 4-H’ers were among honorees during the recent State 4-H Congress, held in Raleigh July 18-21. This year’s 4-H Congress attracted 518 youth and their adult MORE »
Currituck County Cooperative Extension is proud to announce that Olivia Jones recently received recognition as an Outstanding Young Agent for Family and Consumer Sciences in the state of North Carolina. “This comes as MORE »