Our society’s foundation is the family. North Carolina Cooperative Extension provides families with research-based answers to day-to-day challenges. Extension educators are ready with answers on controlling household insects, protecting well-water, managing family budgets, helping families improve their eating habits, and dealing with the issues related to early childhood, parenting and aging. Visit our Families portal to access our web-based resources and learn more about our programs.
Rowan County 4-H is now taking orders for their annual Spring Plant Sale. Varieties available include: strawberries – Allstar; blueberries – Brightwell, Climax, Premier, and Pink Lemonade; blackberries – Arapaho and Navaho; raspberries MORE »
December 9, 2015 The agents have been out of the office this week for the Cooperative Extension State Conference, so most of our questions have come via email. These topics have been very popular; we have MORE »
The 2015 Rowan County Farm City Day luncheon will be held Friday, November 20, 12:00 noon at the Rowan County Cooperative Extension Office (2727 Old Concord Road, Salisbury). Sponsored by the Salisbury Kiwanis MORE »
13th Annual Design Institute: The Whole Child in Nature Register Here Designing and programming children’s outdoor environments for play, learning, and well-being. Join us and see how naturalized outdoor environments offer children opportunities to MORE »– from Gardening
Saturday, Sept 26 5:30-8pm North Carolina Botanical Garden Chapel Hill, NC Showcasing Wonder Connection Formerly called Healing and Hope Through Science, the program brings natural science activities to pediatric patients at UNC and Duke MORE »– from Therapeutic Horticulture
Rowan County 4-H is now taking orders for their annual Fall Plant Sale. Varieties available include: blueberries – Brightwell, Climax, Premier and Pink Lemonade; blackberries – Apache and Navaho; raspberries – Heritage and MORE »
The Whole Child in Nature Designing and programming children’s outdoor environments for play, learning, and well-being. Learn how naturalized outdoor environments offer children opportunities to engage with the natural world (plants, animals, rocks, air, MORE »– from Gardening