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picture of computer mouse with different technology surrounding itDue to the COVID-19 health crisis, the Cooperative Extension Service, along with numerous government agencies, have needed to adapt to a different work environment. The N.C. Cooperative Extension of Pamlico County office is currently not permitting public access to our facility, but we can still be reached by telephone, email, social media, and our website.

Our Contacts:

Our staff is still available to help answer those lawn and garden questions, providing online learning activities for youth at home, and creating unique opportunities to dialog with industry and NC State Extension researchers to learn about livestock care and pasture management.

To learn more about what is going on within NC State Extension, please visit our website and review our events calendar. Our local website is linked to all things Extension, including our gardening portal with information on vegetables and pest control, our plant database for plant ID and landscape selection, and our turf portal for weed control and turf management. You can also find on our website, the NC State Extension Twitter feed that constantly updates the most recent posts across all Extension.

All our Extension related portals will contain a link to the COVID-19 resource page that is compiled by NC State University. Use this resource page to learn what university researchers and specialists are recommending to keep yourselves safe. This includes food safety, human health, worker safety, and resources for agriculture producers.

Please feel free to contact the Pamlico County office and work with us to serve your needs. We look forward to hearing from you.