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Garden Time

Springtime is upon us and that means it is time to dust off those garden gloves and get to …

Beginning Veggie Class Flyer

Beginning Veggie Class

Martin County Cooperative Extension will be hosting a Beginning Veggie class on Monday, March 25th at 9:00 a.m. Participants …

Letter From Lisa

2024 FCS Winter Newsletter

Please contact the N.C. Cooperative Extension – Martin County Center at 252-789-4370 if you would like to receive our …

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2024 Winter Newsletter

Check out Martin County’s Winter Meeting Newsletter. This newsletter contains our production meeting schedule, respirator fit test dates, yield …

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From Planting to Packaging

If you are a small farmer, extreme gardener or just starting your green-thumb journey and interested in selling produce …

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Winter Seed Sowing Class

Come learn how to raise you own transplants! This class is FREE, but registration is required. Spots limited. Beaufort County …

Holiday Traditions

I usually write articles that focus on some aspect of healthy living or specific food item, but with the …

Fall Newsletter - 1

Fall Is in the Air

Please contact the N.C. Cooperative Extension – Martin County Center at 252-789-4370 if you would like to receive our …

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Boiling Water Canning Class

Come join us on July 19th at 5:30 p.m. for an evening of learning how to preserve higher acid …

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Summer Newsletter

Please contact the N.C. Cooperative Extension – Martin County Center at 252-789-4370 if you would like to receive our …

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