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Cover photo for NEW Edibles Course Starts March 22

NEW Edibles Course Starts March 22

NEW Course Offering! Vegetables, Herbs, Fruits, and Nuts: Identification and Use Register NOW March 22–May 3, 2021 July 12–August 23, 2021 October 18–November 22, …

Recent Publications related to Local Foods

Harvesting beans from a vine-covered teepee.

Creating Childcare Center Production Gardens

This publication focuses on developing fruit and vegetable production gardens in the Outdoor Learning Environment …

Figure 1. Farm locations of study participants.

North Carolina Women’s Success in Agritourism: Turning Challenges into Opportunities

This publication presents the results of interviews with women in agritourism across North Carolina. It …

2 weeks ago

Sheep and Goat Production for Small Farms in North Carolina

This guide provides an overview of sheep and goat production for small and beginning farmers …

Pastured Poultry For Small Farms in North Carolina

This guide provides an overview of pastured poultry production for small and beginning farmers in …

Pastured Pork For Small Farms in North Carolina

This guide provides an overview of pastured pork production for small and beginning farmers in …

Market Gardens For Small Farms in North Carolina

This guide provides an overview of market gardens for small and beginning farmers in North …

Fig Culture in North Carolina

The fig is native to the Mediterranean Basin. You may already be familiar with some …

3 weeks ago
Backyard composting bin

What CAN Be Composted?

List of items that can and cannot be composted at home.

6/17/21