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Organic Greens

Upcoming Organic Gardening Class

Common Insects & Diseases in the Garden an Organic Focus The N.C. Cooperative Extension Service will be holding an in-depth …

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Gardening Basics 101

The N.C. Cooperative Extension Service will be holding a Gardening Basics 101 Seminar (free) online Monday March 28th from …

4-H Fruit Tree and Berry Sale

4-H Plant Sale

It’s that time of year again when Macon County 4-H sells fruit and berry plants to our families and …

lettuce beds

Garden "Resolutions" for 2022

Now that we’ve entered the year of 2022, I wonder what types of resolutions are swirling around in the …

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Wildlife Friendly Landscapes

Visit this new portal for information on Wildlife Friendly Landscapes. You’ll find information on: Why landscape for wildlife How to make …

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Ginseng Seminar

The Cooperative Extension Service is offering a free seminar on Ginseng Production for homeowners who desire to grow “sang.” …

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Funding and Resources

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Food Safety and Garden Health

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