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Interested in Hosting an International Exchange Student

Published by April Bowman / January 21, 2020

Interested in hosting a Japanese or Costa Rican teenage delegate or chaperone this summer?

Cooperative Extension

Forks on Friday: Spring 2020 Classes Announced

Published by Deidre An / January 14, 2020

N.C. Cooperative Extension, Forsyth County Center, and the Forsyth County Extension Master GardenerSM Volunteers are excited to announce the 2020 Spring “Forks on Friday” lecture series. Pack a bag lunch and join us at noon at the Forsyth County Center for these lunch-and-learn sessions about various gardening topics.


Cooperative Extension

Enroll in 4-H Now!

Published by April Bowman / January 8, 2020

Want to be a part of the world's LARGEST youth development organization? Youth ages 5-18 are encouraged to enroll in 4-H now to start gaining valuable life skills!

Cooperative Extension

Tanglewood Arboretum Spring 2020 Adult Education Classes

Published by Deidre An / December 19, 2019

N.C. Cooperative Extension, Forsyth County Center, and the Extension Master Gardener(SM) Volunteers are excited to kick off the 2020 year with lectures from the Adult Education series at the Tanglewood Park Arboretum. All classes are held on Wednesday from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. Please view the flyer for more information.


Emergency Management

Forsyth County Officials Encourage Residents to Prepare for Winter Weather

Published by Leigha Cordell, WS/FC Emergency Management / December 2, 2019

Governor Roy Cooper has declared Dec. 1 - 7 as Winter Weather Preparedness Week and state and local officials are encouraging North Carolinians to plan and prepare now, before potentially dangerous winter weather arrives.

Cooperative Extension

Time To Update Your Garden Journal!

Published by Megan Gregory / October 25, 2019

Whether you’ve been gardening for a year or decades, every season brings new lessons about your site and soil, plants, adapting to a changing climate, and more. But will you remember the lessons of 2019 come Spring 2020? As this growing season ends, now is the time to update your garden journal.

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