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Our annual Report to the People highlights some of our hard work over the past year and our commitment to the citizens of Moore County. NC State Extension and the Moore County Center staff work together and with countless partners, leveraging expertise and research-based knowledge to innovate, evolve and promote positive change for Moore County.

Moore County staff addressed Moore County Priorities:

Bulls-eye targeted

Profitable Agriculture

Promote Local Foods

Positive Youth Development

Healthy Families

During 2022 our programs met the public where they were:

  • 1992 Participants-In-Person Programs

    People Pyramid

    People Pyramid

  • 168 Farm Visits with 355 Farmers
  • 3,345 Email & Phone Consultations
  • 470,938 Listeners or Readers from Mass Media
  • 20,028 Reached from Online Extension Resources

With the goal of Growing Prosperity:

  • 115 Horticulture producers adapted best management practices
  • 517 Livestock producers adapted best pasture management practices
  • $1,601,000 Local Produce Sales
  • Moore County 4-H Reached 10% of Youth, Ages 5-18
  • 1765 Students Participated in 4-H Biological School Enrichment Program
  • 19 Daycares Trained & Implemented Early Childhood Nutrition Education
  • 25,117 Residents Received Online Nutrition Educationfarmer field dar meet-up

Download a Report to the People handout.

Written By

Deborah McGiffin, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionDeborah McGiffinCounty Extension Director, Community & Rural Development Call Deborah Email Deborah N.C. Cooperative Extension, Moore County Center
Page Last Updated: 1 year ago
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