The primary mission of the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service Currituck County Center is to help create prosperity for our community through programs and partnerships focused on agriculture and food, health and nutrition, and 4-H youth development.
The local office is part of a state-wide network supported by our State’s two land-grant universities – North Carolina State University and North Carolina A&T State University. Offices are located in each of the 100 counties with a staff of trained professionals who can help:
- community groups,
- and individuals
deal with the problems facing them today.
Information is provided in a number of convenient ways. Workshops, special interest classes, and seminars are offered each month. One-on-one help is available by appointment. Newsletters, bulletins, online publications, videos, and leaflets are available.
For all the information you need about our programs visit NC Cooperative Extension, Currituck County Center.
Responsibilities of Cooperative Extension
- Provides useful research-based information and non-formal learning opportunities. These are available through Extension Agents and staff. County personnel are supported by a staff of subject matter experts conducting cutting edge research at the universities.
- Helps people gain knowledge and put it to work in areas such as agriculture, family and consumer education, 4-H and youth, and community and rural development.
- Provides educational programs that focus on: enhancing agricultural, forest and food systems; promoting and developing healthy lifestyles; developing responsible youth; building quality communities; and conserving and improving the environment and natural resources.