North Carolina Cooperative Extension centers — located in all 100 counties and serving the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians — are community resources, serving as the front door to the vast knowledge base of N.C. State and N.C. A&T State universities. Cooperative Extension helps build quality communities by training adult and youth volunteers to become community leaders, providing educational programs to stimulate community economic development, working in partnership with other agencies to help citizens prepare for and recover from disasters — and more.
The Currituck County Center of North Carolina Cooperative Extension is in the process of updating the Currituck Grown Small Farms and Roadside Markets brochure. Currituck County residents who grow, produce or sell local MORE »
In 4-H, young people “Learn by Doing.” As the 4-H pledge states, opportunities are designed to promote clearer thinking, greater loyalty, service to the community and healthy living. Currituck County 4-H has planned MORE »
NC Cooperative Extension in Currituck County exists to support North Carolina’s $78 billion agriculture industry by providing research based, educational information to local communities. Primary audiences and programs include services to farms and MORE »