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Refreshing Summer Treats

Watermelons are in season and a perfect way to refresh your palette and cool off on a hot summer …

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Crape Myrtle Disease: Sooty Mold

Leaf and stem surfaces are covered with a black sooty substance, causing them to appear black and dirty. Sooty …

Caswell County Office Operations

N.C. Cooperative Extension of Caswell County staff is working to resume back to normal office operations. However, we plan to …

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Meet Our New Small Farms Agent

N.C. Cooperative Extension, Caswell County Center is happy to welcome our new Small Farms Agent, Anass Banna. Read the announcement …

Caswell County April Newsletter

Hello clients, here is a look at N.C. Cooperative Extension of Caswell County’s April Newsletter. We hope you are …

Our response to the COVID-19

To all our N.C Cooperative Extension of Caswell County clients and families, we appreciate your patience and understanding as we …

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4-H Fundraiser

Caswell County 4-H will be hosting a fundraiser. The fundraiser is presale only, presale ends April 28, 2020. Please …

Caswell County Extension Newsletter

N.C. Cooperative Extension of Caswell County staff has created a newsletter with informative content for our clients. This newsletter contains …

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