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Cover photo for Wednesdays in the Learning Garden

Wednesdays in the Learning Garden

Wednesdays in the Learning Garden New in 2022, The Learning Garden, located at the Cooperative Extension Office, 49 Mount Carmel Road, will …

Cover photo for Spring Fling Plant Sale, May 7

Spring Fling Plant Sale, May 7

Mark your calendar and get ready for the 2022 Spring Fling Plant Sale, sponsored by the Asheville-Blue Ridge Rose …

Rain Barrel

Buncombe County: Need a Rain Barrel?

Buncombe County Cooperative Extension has 80 gallon rain barrels, from RainBarrelUSA, available for purchase. Each barrel comes complete with …

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NC 4-H Going Abroad?

Are you interested in learning more about the NC 4-H Outbound Exchange Program? NC 4-H has opportunities for current …

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Collard Greens and Common Ground: A North Carolina Community Food Gardening Handbook

Community gardens have been part of the American landscape since the mid-1700s. Today, community gardens …

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