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2022 Year End Report 2022 Year End Report

2022 Year End Report


Number of people directly served by your county agents


Reach of digital media, newspaper, and newsletters to county clientele


Fiscal resources developed by county agents
including grants, in-kind donations, gifts/donations, etc


Over 4,800 acres enrolled in the RCO Voluntary Agricultural District program


Youth practicing healthy behaviors such as exercising and eating more fruits and vegetables


Youth between the ages of 5-18 participating in 4-H Clubs


Acres where Extension- recommended nutrient applications were used


Producers have increased revenue as a result of Extension guidance


Pounds of fresh produce donated to vulnerable populations


People with improved exercise, and/or food safety practices


Number of youth enhancing their knowledge of animals & agriculture


Producers implemented Extension- recommended best practices for animal waste management


Number of parents and caregivers increasing their knowledge of positive parenting practices


Value to the community of Extension-led volunteers, in the areas of youth, health & nutrition, and agriculture

Written By

Paige Burns, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionPaige BurnsCounty Extension Director & Extension Agent, Agriculture - Horticulture Call Paige Email Paige N.C. Cooperative Extension, Richmond County Center
Page Last Updated: 4 weeks ago
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