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Cover photo for Caswell County Food Drive

Caswell County Food Drive

According to a study conducted by Feeding America…there are nearly 4,000 Caswell County citizens facing food insecurity on a …

Cover photo for Holiday Food Gifting Pointers

Holiday Food Gifting Pointers

The holidays are a time when many of us are busy in our kitchens preparing homemade food gifts to …

Cover photo for Dining With Diabetes

Dining With Diabetes

November is Diabetes awareness month. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that nearly 1.6 million Americans have diabetes, …

Cover photo for 2020 Grassroots Leadership Conference

2020 Grassroots Leadership Conference

Join us for this free public workshop: Creating Equitable Solutions for Stronger Communities Thursday, October 22, 2020, from 8:30 a.m. …

Cover photo for Caswell County Fire Ants

Caswell County Fire Ants

With all the recent moisture we are seeing an increase in ant mounds in yards and pastures in Caswell …

Cover photo for Pecan Scab Disease

Pecan Scab Disease

Pecan Scab Disease More than likely, the black spots you see on pecan leaves and shucks are due to pecan …

Hands of unrecognizable senior couple with their grandaughter planting a seedling on the allotment. Man, woman and a small girl gardening.

The Grow Box

A program of Garden fun for your family delivered to your door from North Carolina 4-H and the JC …

Cover photo for Pollinators Garden

Pollinators Garden

For small farms that grow a diversity of fruit and vegetables, pollinators can be essential for crop production A small …

Cover photo for Refreshing Summer Treats

Refreshing Summer Treats

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

Cover photo for Crape Myrtle Disease: Sooty Mold

Crape Myrtle Disease: Sooty Mold

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

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