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2019 Farm City Banquet

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Farm City dinner in front of the Christmas Tree at the Country Club

Farm City Program 

2021 To Be Announced

Remembering and Maintaining Catawba County History

Please contact the Extension Office at 828-465-8240 if you would like to contribute to the auction, make a donation, or nominate someone for The Outstanding Contributor to Agriculture Award.

Farm City Week began in 1955 as a result of a conversation on a train between Charles Dana Bennett, a businessman from Vermont and Merle H Tucker Chairman of Kiwanis International Agriculture and Conservation Committee.
They wanted to find a way to increase respect for farming, awareness of our reliance on farm products and communication between urban and rural people. Catawba County has celebrated Farm-City Week for years as a partnership between The Kiwanis, Farm Bureau and Cooperative Extension.

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April Vigardt, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionApril VigardtExtension Agent, Agriculture - Local Foods Call April Email April N.C. Cooperative Extension, Catawba County Center
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