Community Survey

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So much has changed in 2020. North Carolina Cooperative Extension in Currituck County has worked diligently this year to ensure that our community has safe access to the resources we provide in spite of gathering restrictions. We know it has been a tough year for everyone and likely one that has changed your outlook and habits.

We need to hear from you! In order to ensure that we continue to provide programs and resources that are relevant to your needs, we ask that you help us by completing this brief survey. N. C. Cooperative Extension helps enhance our community by providing programs and partnerships focused on agriculture and food, health and nutrition, community development, and 4-H youth development. Extension faculty and staff deliver research-based solutions to local issues. 

We’d like to know what you think are the most important issues and opportunities in Currituck County that Extension should address. By completing this survey, you are helping direct the work of Extension in serving your needs. It should only take about 10-15 minutes of your time. Your answers are completely anonymous unless you elect to share your contact information for follow up. 

To complete the survey online, please visit https://go.ncsu.edu/currituckneeds. To obtain a paper version of the survey, call us at 232-2261 to receive one by mail. We greatly appreciate your time in taking this important survey. Responses will be collected until Monday, November 30, 2020. 

For more information regarding Extension programming in Currituck County, contact 252-232-2261 or Cameron_Lowe@ncsu.edu.