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Extension is Planning
for Another Century of Success.

The N.C. Cooperative Extension Service has launched a strategic visioning initiative to evaluate the organization’s business model and chart a course through choppy economic waters. NCCES has seen recurring budget cuts of $20 million since 2000, resulting in the loss of roughly 90 positions over the past four years.

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NC Cooperative Extension Service_Conference Listening Session_11-6-13

Extension is Planning
for Another Century of Success.

The N.C. Cooperative Extension Service has launched a strategic visioning initiative to evaluate the organization’s business model and chart a course through choppy economic waters. NCCES has seen recurring budget cuts of $20 million since 2000, resulting in the loss of roughly 90 positions over the past four years.

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Pamlico County Office
Closed February 12, 2014

Please be aware that the Pamlico County Cooperative Extension Office will closed February 12, 2014 due to bad weather.  We will keep you informed when we plan to reopen.

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Pamlico County
Extension Announcements

Disaster Information from Extension NCCE Disaster Information Center:  www.ncdisaster.com NCCE Facebook Page:  https://www.facebook.com/NCExtension EDEN-Extension Disaster Education Network:  http://eden.lsu.edu/Pages/default.aspx Pamlico County Government Disaster Information:  http://www.pamlicocounty.org/ Pamlico County Master Gardeners Are you looking to expand your knowledge for Gardening and Lawn Care and all things related. Would you be willing to share that knowledge with the rest of the world? If so, consider becoming a Pamlico County Master Gardener Volunteer. Farming, Fishing, and Forestry in Pamlico County Video Click Here Where the Land and Water meet the Sky! NCSU Tourism Plan for Pamlico County The Tourism Plan for Pamlico County is now available! Click here to download the PDF file, or contact Bill Ellers, Pamlico County Extension Director, for a copy: bill_ellers@ncsu.edu

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Chase and Greg 2013 DAD

2013 SE DAD
Metalist

During the 2013 SE District Activity Day two of the five medalist from Pamlico County qualified for state presentations at 2013 Congress.  Caroline James placed silver in the 11-13 year old horse public speaking for her presentation on Dakota Horses.  Chase Hardison placed gold in the 11-13 year old fisheries and aquatic resources for his presentation on setting up a salt water fish tank.  Congratulations to all of the winners.

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Learn more about
Pamlico County 4-H

CLICK ON THE CLOVER to go to Pamlico County 4-H! 4-H is a fun program where you get to Learn by Doing. 4-H is about the things you like and the new things you want to try! Everyone is invited to join! 4-H has special activities for you! 4-H offers something to match everyone’s interests. Best of all, membership is FREE!

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