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The Robeson County Center Local Foods contact is Mack Johnson.

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It’s Turkey Time

Thanksgiving is this coming week! After Thursday we will be sprinting towards the next big holiday (according to retail …

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Don't Be a Turkey About Food Safety

If you regularly read North Carolina Cooperative Extension, Robeson County Center’s news column, you know we usually talk turkey …

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A Very Local Holiday Festival

Join us Saturday, December 4, 2021, from 8:30 a.m.–1 p.m., for A Very Local Holiday Festival at the Robeson …

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G.A.P Certification Training

Learn what it takes to be G.A.P ready! Small farmers will have the opportunity to attend a Good Agriculture Practice …

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A New Chapter

Seventeen years ago, Everett Davis introduced me as the newest Extension agent in the County; I was beginning my …

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The Seasonal Shopper

There is nothing tastier than adding a fresh touch to your favorite meals! Including fresh fruits and vegetables in …

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Farm to Fork: Youth Edition

Have you or your family ever wondered where their favorite foods come from, or what makes their favorite dish …

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Cooking With Fresh Herbs

Cooking summer vegetables with fresh herbs is a delicious twist on summer produce. With the Robeson County Farmers Market …

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ServSafe Managers Food Safety

The registration fee of $125 (check or money order ONLY, made payable to N.C. Cooperative Extension of Robeson County) may …

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Muscadine Culture and Pruning Workshop

Topics covered during this workshop will include trellising, training, and pruning vines; recommended varieties and cultivars; fertilization recommendations; and …

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Help Feed the Hungry

Donate canned goods and other nonperishable food by February 15, 2021, and be part of a statewide N.C. Cooperative Extension campaign …

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Collards and Crafts

Folks, save the date for the most unique shopping experience Robeson County has to offer! Wouldn’t you love to …

Very Local Holiday Festival Details

2020 Very Local Holiday Festival

Join us Saturday, December 5, from 8:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m., for A Very Local Holiday Festival at the Robeson County …

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Holidays Are Here

Can you believe it? Thanksgiving is literally right around the corner. Having a menu for each meal and shopping …

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Shopping With EFNEP

Fall is upon us! Commercials advertising newly released horror movies are in full swing and the drop in temperature …

Learn More Using the Resources Below

Downloadable Forms and Program Information

Farmers Markets and Local Roadside and Pick-Your-Own Markets

Information Portals

Key Local Food Topics

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Publications, Information, and News

Resources

State and Regional Partners

Recent Publications related to Local Foods

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NC State Local Pasture-Raised and Pasture-Finished Beef Production Guidelines

This publication provides production protocol guidelines developed by North Carolina State University and Amazing Grazing …

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Three Components of Farm to ECE: Gardening, Cooking, and Local Food Purchasing

This chapter of the Farm to Early Care and Education Resource Guide for North Carolina …

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Diverse, Inclusive, and Equitable Family Engagement Opportunities with Farm to ECE

This chapter of the Farm to Early Care and Education Resource Guide for North Carolina …

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Farm to Early Care and Education

This chapter of the Farm to Early Care and Education Resource Guide for North Carolina …

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NC State Local Grass-Fed Beef Production Guidelines

This publication provides production protocol guidelines developed by North Carolina State University and Amazing Grazing …

The North Carolina Winegrape Grower’s Guide

The grape and wine industry in North Carolina is now worth in excess of $30 …

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Direct to Food Bank and Food Pantry Donations

This publication, part of the Farm to Food Bank Resource Guide, discusses food donations given …

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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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