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April 1 through October 31 soil testing is free! The state does not charge a fee during this time to test the soil and Clay County Extension Office will ship it for free. Stop by the office to pick up a soil sampling box and form.
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Join us on Hayesville Square September 24, 2016 at 10:00 for the 10th Annual Tractor Parade and Ag Day. A variety of activities are being planned for everyone from the Tractor Club's raffle of a restored 1952 Ford 8-N Tractor to chickens being auctioned off by 4-H.
Diane Currier, owner of Honeygirl Meadery, shares how a visit to Alaska motivated her to start her meadery and a how her award-winning mead is made. Listen to this interview to learn more MORE »– from Extension Gardener
Our laboratory has recently published a study which measured the differences between our current integrated pest management (IPM) recommendations for tobacco insect management and what growers actually do. This was the topic of Jeremy Slone’s MORE »– from Entomology
Three students at East Chapel Hill High School, Brooke, Julia and Danielle, and Environmental Science Teacher, Mr. Edward Kaybay, share their experience starting a pollinator garden at their school. Listen to the interview MORE »– from Extension Gardener
Exciting new presenter Alan Kay, winner of the 1st season of “Alone” will be presenting a booth for our young people at the event this year so hurry and pre-register!! The 12th Annual MORE »– from Cherokee County Center
The 16th Annual Nursery Crop Field Day will be held on Friday, September 23 from 8 am to 3 pm at Hard and Flossie Clark Park in Collettsville, NC. The event features hands-on MORE »– from Burke County Center
NC Alternative Crops and Organics Program at the Mountain Horticulture Crops Research and Extension Center There is tremendous interest in growing hops in the Southeast and we welcome you to visit us and MORE »
From NCDA&CS Horse owners urged to vaccinate horses after two S.C. horses confirmed to have EEE RALEIGH – North Carolina horse owners are urged to vaccinate their equine after two horses in Horry County, MORE »
Clay, Cherokee, and Graham County Extension Centers are offering a Goat and Sheep School on April 27th & 28th at the Brasstown Community Building in Brasstown, North Carolina. Whether you keep goats and/or sheep MORE »
Once again Clay County Extension will be offering fruit plants for sale for the 2016 Spring planning season. The funds from the plant sale go toward enhancing educational programs offered by Extension throughout MORE »