Forsyth County, North Carolina is a supporter of urban agriculture. Legacy 2030, the comprehensive plan for Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, recommends encouraging healthy food production in urban areas as well as rural areas. It also calls for removing barriers to using urban land and buildings for various forms of urban agriculture production. Additionally, the City of Winston-Salem adopted an Urban Agriculture Ordinance on May 4, 2015, to encourage urban food production and gardens in areas
Is your family interested in broadening horizons and learning about other cultures this summer? if so, Please join us for a one-hour zoom session on December 8th, 2022 from 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm for an informational session on the 4-H Inbound International Program.
Any youth ages 5-18 can purchase four laying hens, raise them, and then show their best hen at our District 4-H Poultry Show in May.
Are you interested in raising chickens from chicks? Join N.C. Cooperative Extension for a three-week series on Thursdays at 6:30 p.m.
Youth are encouraged to submit a photo, drawing, or collage to promote Dairy by December 9.
Do you process chickens to sell to others? Uninspected processors will no longer be allowed to process birds for others after December 31.