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2024 Plant Sale Is Here

Please join N.C. Cooperative Extension, Lincoln County Center in supporting a College Scholarship Fund to help our 4-H members pursue …

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2024 Plant Sale Information Coming Soon

Keep your eyes peeled for more information on N.C. Cooperative Extension –Lincoln County Center’s Annual Plant Sale. Plant offerings …

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Pruning Calendar

Plants Remarks JANUARY Shade Trees: oak, hickory, beech, black gum, poplar, sycamore, ginkgo, etc. * (Bleeder trees include: birch, dogwood, elm, maple, & styrax) Prune …

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Lincoln County Farmers Market

We are excited to announce some fresh news! N.C. Cooperative Extension, Lincoln County Center has started the weekday Farmers Market once …

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Shanklin Library Garden

Located at 7837 Fairfield Forest Rd, Denver, NC in Eastern Lincoln County, the grounds around Shanklin Public Library are a …

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East Lincoln Community Garden

Located at 1601 Forney Creek Pkwy, Denver, NC, Sally’s YMCA is host to the East Lincoln Community Garden providing local area residents the …

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Jonas Library Garden

Located at 306 W Main St, Lincolnton, NC, the Jonas Public Library is another public use resource with a …

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