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Preserving Q & A

Q & A When is the peak food preservation season? I would say the peak season for home canning runs from …

Start to Be S.M.A.R.T

The National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences recognizes the month of March as “Living Well Month”. What …

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The Snowman in Your Backyard

What do buttons and carrots have in common? This time of year it is probably easy to guess a …

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Adventure Campers will….

Each year more than 4000 campers will attend one of the three 4-H camp centers in North Carolina. Adventure …

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A Shiny Penny

I am writing this article at the start of the fair season here in Lee County. The judges and …

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Carolina Lawn Care

Participants will learn about how to create a personalized fertilization and irrigation plan for managed turf, as well as Best …

Setting Goals for the New Year

The New Year is here! Have you decided on a resolution? Often, these yearly goals focus on improving overall …

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