As the world population grows, so does the need for abundant, affordable and safe food. North Carolina Cooperative Extension’s educational programs provide farmers and agribusinesses with the research-based knowledge they need to produce high-quality crops and livestock in economically and environmentally sustainable ways. That’s important for North Carolina because agriculture and agribusiness account for about 17 percent of our state’s jobs and income.
On September 17th, 2016 Currituck County held the Bulls and BBQ Edition of the Currituck Heritage Festival. On that day the Currituck Center of North Carolina Cooperative Extension held their annual Homegrown and MORE »
The Local Foods Newsletter is published to provide you with the source of fresh local agriculture commodities that are produced by small farm growers in Currituck County. Currituck Grown – September MORE »
CURRITUCK COUNTY NICKELS FOR KNOW-HOW REFERENDUM The Currituck County Nickels for Know-How Referendum will be held on Tuesday, November 1, 2016. Tommy R. Grandy, Agriculture Extension Agent and County Referendum Chairman said three MORE »
The Local Foods Newsletter is published to provide you with the source of fresh local agriculture commodities that are produced by small farm growers in Currituck County. Currituck Grown Local Foods Newsletter-August MORE »
NC Cooperative Extension, Currituck County Center’s 2016 home food preservation series has had a few changes. The Jams and Jellies class scheduled for May 25th will move to Friday, May 27th. The Butters MORE »