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NC Cooperative Extension Service_Conference Listening Session_11-6-13

Extension is Planning
for Another Century of Success.

The N.C. Cooperative Extension Service has launched a strategic visioning initiative to evaluate the organization’s business model and chart a course through choppy economic waters. NCCES has seen recurring budget cuts of $20 million since 2000, resulting in the loss of roughly 90 positions over the past four years.

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NC Cooperative Extension Service_Conference Listening Session_11-6-13

Extension is Planning
for Another Century of Success.

The N.C. Cooperative Extension Service has launched a strategic visioning initiative to evaluate the organization’s business model and chart a course through choppy economic waters. NCCES has seen recurring budget cuts of $20 million since 2000, resulting in the loss of roughly 90 positions over the past four years.

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NC Cooperative Extension Service

Quarterly Newsletter
Now Available!

Check out the newest edition of the quarterly newsletter by clicking on the bold heading above!

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DAD in Surry 2014

2014 4-H District
Activity Day

Several Volunteers helped with this year's 4-H District Activity Day, which was held April 12 in Surry County at Elkin High School.  Pictured here are Tory Mabe (Stokes County IT Department), Randy Fulk (Stokes County Horticulture Agent), and Debbie Cox (Stokes County Extension Director & Family & Consumer Sciences Agent).

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Reba McEntire &
Cooperative Extension

Reba McEntire wishes Cooperative Extension a Happy Birthday!  Check out the video here:  Reba.

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NC Cooperative Extension Service

November-January
Newsletter Is Here!

The November-January Newsletter is here!  Check out what's been going on (and what's to come!) with the Stokes County office: November-January Newsletter

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March-May 2014 Newsletter Is Here! popular

The March-May 2014 edition of the Cooperative Extension newsletter is here!  Topics include Volunteerism, Controlling Winter Annual Weeds, Farmer Appreciation Day, Food Trends and Myths, Upcoming Livestock Trainings, and Non-Foliar Potential Yield Enhancement MORE »

Master Gardeners Announce Contest

The Stokes Extension Master Gardener Volunteers are holding a contest to name the demonstration garden which will be installed at King Recreation Acres this spring. The garden will feature vegetables and flowers, and MORE »

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Piedmont Farm School

The Piedmont Farm School is a 7-month educational program that trains beginning and transitioning farmers with a strong commitment to operate successful small-scale, sustainable farms.  The school offers seven business-planning seminars, which will MORE » – from   Forsyth County Center

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