November’s We Grow Ashe County Newsletter

— Written By Travis Birdsell
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4-H Early College Ag Club in front of Christmas treesRead this month’s newsletter

Did you know that the Ashe Early College has an Ag Club? N.C. Cooperative Extension of Ashe County is proud to partner and lead this experience for 15 students. The picture above is from their most recent field trip to visit Goss Tree Farms and experience wreath and roping production, as well as see a semi trailer being loaded with trees bound for a city far away. Already this semester they have explored the world of beekeeping, visited a local dairy/creamery, studied parliamentary procedure, and elected their own officers.

In this month’s newsletter, we have many more youth activities to share with you! We are also growing in other ways from serving our community to helping with research that helps growers provide better Christmas trees. Come grow with us!

Written By

Travis Birdsell, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionTravis BirdsellCounty Extension Director and Extension Agent, Agriculture Call Travis Email Travis N.C. Cooperative Extension, Ashe County Center
Posted on Dec 11, 2019
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