Report to the People – 2021

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We are honored to share our Report to the People for 2021. This past year was exciting and here we share our progress, actions, impacts and transformations achieved. It was a year of building a solid foundation of partnerships and networks within the community, along with navigating our path out of Covid, and defining what our programs look like now. N.C. Cooperative Extension, Dare County Center has a wonderful team sharing and providing resources throughout the community. Our program areas focus on 4-H, Food and Nutrition, and Horticulture.

One facet contributing to our accomplishments is our amazing volunteer force. This group is essential to planning and conducting programs and outreach. Our volunteers are at the heart of the work we do and they are an integral part of our organization thriving in the community. They are connected, invested, and dedicated. In 2021 they dedicated over 4,700 hours of their time to programming and outreach — a value of $123,744! A big “Thank You” to our volunteers!

See below for more details and check out this video for 2021 program highlights:

N.C. Cooperative Extension, 2021 In the Neighborhood flyer.

Dare County Success Stories 2021 newsletter.

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Tanya Lamo, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionTanya LamoCounty Extension Director and Consumer Horticulture Agent Call Tanya Email Tanya N.C. Cooperative Extension, Dare County Center
Updated on Jun 30, 2022
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