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OfflineEventAttendanceMode 455 Caton Rd, Lumberton, NC 28360, USA 455 Caton Rd, Lumberton, NC 28360, USA Robeson County Center 11 months ago
Description: Small Farms Week is designed to highlight the work of and show appreciation to the state's small, part-time, limited-resource and socially-disadvantaged farmers. North Carolina farmers and farm families are the backbone of our state's agricultural economy. This state's small farmers work hard to make sure we have a safe and affordable food supply so setting aside the opportunity to showcase and highlight their work is extremely important.

This year marks the 37th anniversary of this salute to small farmers across North Carolina, as
sponsored by the Cooperative Extension Program at North Carolina A&T State University. The
kickoff for the week will take place in Robeson County, home of the 2022 "Small Farmers of the
Year "Millard and Connie Locklear of New Ground Farms. Activities include a panel discussion, a
complimentary lunch, then a tour of New Ground Farm in Robeson County.

RSVP is REOUIRED to attend Monday's events in Robeson County. To register, call the
Robeson County Extension Center at 910-671-3276 by March 15. Registration is also available
online at:
Mar 27 2023