Extension Builds Outdoor Classroom

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An outdoor classroom built of wood with a green metal roof.

N.C. Cooperative Extension – Clay County Center is proud to announce the addition of their outdoor classroom. The purpose of the classroom is to provide an outdoor learning center for various Extension based programs, such as educational programs, Master Gardener℠ classes, and 4-H club programs. The building was purchased with funds received from the NC Extension Innovation Grant as wells as a generous donation from Clay County Master Gardeners and Eagle Ridge Buildings of Young Harris, GA. A special thanks to Clay County Commissioners & County Manager for providing us the space to build the classroom. Be on the lookout for future programs that will be held in Extension’s outdoor classroom!

NC State Extension extends research-based knowledge to all North Carolinians, helping them transform science into everyday solutions that improve their lives and grow our state. For more information on what services we provide, visit N.C. Cooperative Extension, Clay County Center, at 25 Riverside Circle, Suite 2, Hayesville, NC 28904, call us at (828) 389-6305, or visit us online for more information.