NC State Extension

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North Carolina Cooperative Extension is here to help you with information on what you need to do to recover from the effects of Hurricane Matthew. You can find many resources on our NC Disaster website or you may contact your local Cooperative Extension Center directly.

Many of our offices are closed because of power or flooding issues, however, we suggest that you check your local county center websites for contact information. If alternate contact information is available, it will be posted there. We will keep these sites updated with the latest information on how to contact us.

The North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service has offices in all 100 counties and with the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians. Local extension agents are available to provide education and assistance. Visit the Meet our Staff page of your Local County Center to find your local agents.

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Photo of Mike Yoder, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionDr. Mike YoderAssoc. Director & State Program Leader, 4-H; Coordinator: Emergency Programs (919) 513-3509 mike_yoder@ncsu.edu4-H Youth Development & Family & Consumer Sciences - NC State University
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