Register for the 2023 NC Crunch!

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children eating snacksNorth Carolina CRUNCH

Join the state of North Carolina in celebrating Farm to School and Early Care and Education Month by crunching into a locally grown fruit or vegetable on Wednesday, October 18, 2023, at noon or any time during the month of October that works for you.

Annual NC Crunch events offer kids and adults an opportunity to taste and learn about locally-grown NC produce as well as honor those who contribute to feeding our kids and communities. Register for the NC Crunch to receive a free guide with tips and resources to help you plan for the NC Crunch. In addition to the guide, a new NC Crunch logo, flyer, “I crunch” sticker template, and social media graphics are available. More resources are in the works.

Help achieve the goal of reaching 500,000 participants across all 100 NC counties!

Learn more information and to register.

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Remi Ham, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionRemi HamFarm to School Extension Specialist & Assistant Teaching Professor Call Remi Email Remi Horticultural Science
NC State Extension, NC State University
Updated on Sep 13, 2023
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