North Carolina Cooperative Extension centers — located in all 100 counties and serving the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians — are community resources, serving as the front door to the vast knowledge base of N.C. State and N.C. A&T State universities. Cooperative Extension helps build quality communities by training adult and youth volunteers to become community leaders, providing educational programs to stimulate community economic development, working in partnership with other agencies to help citizens prepare for and recover from disasters — and more.
Forestry Educational Program Tuesday, November 4, 2014 @ 7 pm Alamance County Cooperative Extension Office Presented by Bill Lock of W.H. Lock and Associates Bill is a North Carolina Registered Forester and has MORE »
“Farmland” Documentary Screening Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 7 p.m. Paramount Theater, 128 E. Front St., Burlington Free, but tickets required. Call (336) 222-TIXS or visit Alamance County Farm Bureau offices. Link to MORE »
The Alamance County Voluntary Farmland Preservation Program Purpose: To promote agricultural values and general welfare of the county by increasing identity and pride in the agricultural community and its way of life; encourage MORE »
Looking for farmers markets in the Alamance County area? Click these links for the updated 2014 listing of farmers markets: Alamance County Area Farmers Markets (.pdf file) Alamance County Area Farmers Markets (online MORE »