Learning about agriculture


Last week, Sampson County youth experienced the economic driving force across most of eastern North Carolina — agriculture. Two days were packed with tours and knowledge about many of the different careers available in agriculture, in Sampson and Wayne counties. Prestage Farms, Quality Equipment, Holly Grove Farms, Mount Olive Pickle Company, and the NCDA Horticulture Research Station all hosted the youth at various locations. For more information about upcoming 4-H events, call the Cooperative Extension Center at 910-592-7161 or visit https://sampson.ces.ncsu.edu/.


Last week, Sampson County youth experienced the economic driving force across most of eastern North Carolina — agriculture. Two days were packed with tours and knowledge about many of the different careers available in agriculture, in Sampson and Wayne counties. Prestage Farms, Quality Equipment, Holly Grove Farms, Mount Olive Pickle Company, and the NCDA Horticulture Research Station all hosted the youth at various locations. For more information about upcoming 4-H events, call the Cooperative Extension Center at 910-592-7161 or visit https://sampson.ces.ncsu.edu/.

Last week, Sampson County youth experienced the economic driving force across most of eastern North Carolina — agriculture. Two days were packed with tours and knowledge about many of the different careers available in agriculture, in Sampson and Wayne counties. Prestage Farms, Quality Equipment, Holly Grove Farms, Mount Olive Pickle Company, and the NCDA Horticulture Research Station all hosted the youth at various locations. For more information about upcoming 4-H events, call the Cooperative Extension Center at 910-592-7161 or visit https://sampson.ces.ncsu.edu/.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/web1_Mt-Olive-Pickle.jpgLast week, Sampson County youth experienced the economic driving force across most of eastern North Carolina — agriculture. Two days were packed with tours and knowledge about many of the different careers available in agriculture, in Sampson and Wayne counties. Prestage Farms, Quality Equipment, Holly Grove Farms, Mount Olive Pickle Company, and the NCDA Horticulture Research Station all hosted the youth at various locations. For more information about upcoming 4-H events, call the Cooperative Extension Center at 910-592-7161 or visit https://sampson.ces.ncsu.edu/.

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