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Currituck Extension April Report

April brought showers of activity at N.C. Cooperative Extension, Currituck County Center. It is finally starting to feel normal …

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4-H Summer Fun 2022

The Currituck County 4-H Summer Camp Program offers youth a wide variety of fun, hands-on experiences that provide structure …

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March Is Living Well Month

N.C. Cooperative Extension FCS Professionals Help Area Residents to “Live Well” Health is a lot more than how one looks …

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2022 Currituck Home, Flower, and Garden Show

2022 Currituck Home, Flower, and Garden Show –“Going Native” . Currituck County Extension MasterGardener℠ are hosting the 2022 Currituck, Home, Flower, and Garden …

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Currituck Extension January Report

N.C. Cooperative Extension in Currituck has a new monthly feature designed to inform the public about the impacts and …

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Welcome to Medicare

Are you overwhelmed with Medicare questions? Are you unsure of where to begin? N.C. Cooperative Extension, Currituck County Center …

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Spotted Lanternfly 

Be on the lookout! An established population of spotted lanternflies was detected in Carrol Co. Virginia, just north of …

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