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register for Evolution of Plants class

The Evolution of Plants

Join Maximus Garganta, Campus Alamance intern, for a free class on the evolution of plants. Participants will make wildflower …

Pieces of illustrated produce surround the text "In the United States only 1 out of 10 adults eat enough produce."

Eat With the Seasons

It’s winter. You’ve just purchased some strawberries at your local grocery. You get home, wash them, and settle in …

Cover photo for January 2023 Alamance Gardener

January 2023 Alamance Gardener

Think Green Thursdays (and some Saturdays) are scheduled beginning February 9 at Buster Sykes Farm and Forest. Read all …

Cover photo for 2022 Clubs

2022 Clubs

One of the best ways to get involved in 4-H is by joining a club. Check out the current …

Cover photo for Alamance Gardener September 2022

Alamance Gardener September 2022

Thinking of going Native? Read here for some great September ideas to get you started! Alamance Gardener SEPT …

Cover photo for Alamance Gardener - June 2022

Alamance Gardener - June 2022

Alamance Gardener JUN 2022 Read about this bell ringer and other June gardening issues in this month’s Alamance …

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May 2022 Alamance Gardener

The Bee did it!!! Read about our native pollinators and some of their quirky (and possibly annoying) lifestyle habits …

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