The month of August presents three opportunities to learn about pawpaw cultivation here in Forsyth County!
All cattle owners age 18 and older (on October 4, 2018) are asked to vote in the state-wide cattle referendum on Thursday, October 4th at their local N.C. Cooperative Extension Center.
Join our action-packed training series to learn the “Key Ingredients: Essential Elements of Positive Youth Development.” 4-H Club leaders, Extension volunteers, teachers, youth leaders, and other adults who work with youth are all welcome and warmly invited to learn about Belonging, Mastery, Independence, and Generosity and how to incorporate them in your youth development programs.
North Carolina placed second in the 39th annual National 4-H Forestry Invitational from Sunday July 29 through Thursday August 2. Teams from Alabama, North Carolina, and Florida placed first, second and third, respectively. This is the highest a North Carolina team has ever placed in the contest and is the third time that Forsyth County has represented North Carolina in the contest in the last decade.
Pesticide Safety School will be held at N.C. Cooperative Extension, Forsyth County Center, on August 21-22.
Forsyth County is served by over 10 farmers markets with a market open almost every day of the week. If you are looking for the freshest and tastiest fruits and vegetables, plan to visit one of them this week as National Farmers Market week is celebrated across the country.