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Local Foods

The Camden County Center Local Foods contact is Olivia Patchel.

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Seafood Cook Along

As the summer progresses do you find yourself craving more and more local seafood? But are you burnt out …

Wheat From Farm to Fork

Of the major crops grown annually in Camden County, wheat is the only crop we plant in one calendar …

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2020 Virtual Home Canning Series

N.C. Cooperative Extension, Currituck County Center is holding a series of FREE virtual home canning classes from Noon–1 p.m. …

Learn to Make Freezer Jam

It’s almost time to have fresh produce readily available, so let’s learn how to make freezer …

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Starting Your Own Garden

If you are thinking about planting a garden this spring we have some resources that you may find helpful. For …

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Cooking With Fresh Vegetables

N.C. Cooperative Extension of Currituck County is hosting several classes throughout the year called Cooking with the Seasons to …

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Cooking With the Seasons

N.C. Cooperative Extension is hosting several classes throughout the year called Cooking with the Seasons to help you learn …

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Delicious Meatless Cooking

Are you working toward a healthy vegetarian diet? Or do you love to include “Meatless Mondays” into your rotation …

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In western North Carolina, almost any type of vegetable or fruit can be successfully grown …

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This publication discusses the practice of leasing estuarine waters on the North Carolina coast for …

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