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The New Hanover County Center Local Foods contact is Lloyd Singleton.

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May 2-8 Is Compost Awareness Week

It’s compost awareness week (May 2–8, 2021) and this year’s theme is ‘Grow, Eat, Compost, Repeat’. Composting is a …

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