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The Scotland County Center Local Foods contact is Randy Wood.

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Raised Bed Gardening

Tired of sitting on the ground as you weed and work in the garden? Join us for a free …

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Fall Gardening Class

Are you interested in learning how to prepare your ornamental garden for the winter? Do you have a few …

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Saving Milk

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Count on Me NC

NC State Extension, in partnership with NC Department of Health and Human Services, NC Restaurant and Lodging Association and Visit NC, is excited to …

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How to Make Fermented Pickles

Interested in fermenting food? Start by making delicious fermented pickles that will be ready within 3-4 weeks. Fermented Pickles Recipe Yields 1-gallon …

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NC State Local Grass-Fed Beef Production Guidelines

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Direct to Food Bank and Food Pantry Donations

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21. Youth, Community, and Therapeutic Gardening

This Youth, Community, and Therapeutic Gardening Chapter from the Extension Gardener Handbook helps volunteers understand …

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