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Horticulture Needs Assessment

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N.C. Cooperative Extension, Currituck County Center is conducting a program needs assessment to determine how to best support the community in the area of home horticulture. Home horticulture topics taught by Extension range from vegetable and fruit gardening, to lawns and landscapes, from backyard poultry to beekeeping! With this vast field, we’re asking you to help us narrow our focus to best fit the needs of the community. For more information on the types of horticulture programs we’ve offered in the past, check out our County 2022 Extension Impact Report, or the State’s 2022 Extension Impact Report

Please participate in the brief survey linked below to tell us about your thoughts on the  community’s areas of need in this field and your recommendations for improvement of educational efforts. Your important feedback will be shared with the Currituck County Extension Agriculture program to enhance their programmatic efforts and will help the department plan for future services and initiatives. Your participation in this survey is voluntary and anonymous. We thank you for your time and valuable input. 

Please only submit one survey per individual. Survey Link: https://go.ncsu.edu/hortneeds

For more information, or accommodations for persons with disabilities please contact Adam Formella at 252-232-2261, or email adam_formella@ncsu.edu.

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