The Nature Education Science Team or NEST 4-H Club won the 9-12 year old Junior competition at the NC 4-H Wildlife Habitat Education Program (WHEP) Contest held at Mountain Island State Forest.
N.C. Cooperative Extension, Forsyth County Center, and Extension Master GardenerSM Volunteers invite you to attend the 2018 Summer Adult Education Classes at the Arboretum and Gardens at Tanglewood Park.
Forsyth County 4-H members were present for Governor Roy Cooper's Proclamation for the Youth Day of Service.
Three Forsyth County 4-H Members participated in the inaugural "What Trees Mean to Me" video contest hosted by the North Carolina Urban Forest Council. Alex Arrowood's video received the most online votes to win a $200 prize and North Carolina Urban Forestry Council bag and t-shirt.
The lovely summer tomato, what could be better sliced thickly and served up on a sandwich or as a side? You are wise to begin planning now for better tomatoes. There are good cultural practices you can use in your garden which will prolong the life of your tomatoes into the summer.
Successful outcomes from research conducted by North Carolina Extension Specialists can be applied in your home garden. Follow these steps to have a successful tomato season.
Registration is open for Forsyth County 4-H Summer Adventures! Join us as we cook with chefs, whip our finances into shape, discover 4-H projects, learn how to sew, and so much more!