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Charlotte Glen

Extension Agent, Agriculture - Horticulture Chatham County Center
Chatham County Office (919) 542-8202 (919) 542-8246 (Fax)
Unity ID:   cdglen

Job Description Responsible for educational programming for green industry and home gardening.

Website http://chatham.ces.ncsu.edu/

Street Address
P.O. Box 279
65 East Chatham St
Pittsboro NC   27312
Mail Address
P.O. Box 279
Pittsboro NC   27312

State Courier: 13-27-05

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Plant Peas, Please

Temperatures may still be brisk but it is already time to start planning and planting your spring vegetable garden. Garden peas and their relatives, snow peas and sugar snaps, are among the earliest MORE »

mistletoe berries

Does Mistletoe Harm Trees?

Mistletoe is a common plant throughout North Carolina that can be found growing on the branches of deciduous trees. This same mistletoe is often harvested and brought indoors during the holidays, where it MORE »


Winter Issue Extension Gardener Newsletter

Welcome winter with gardening news you can trust! Extension Gardener is written by horticultural experts with the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service. Each issue features timely, research based information, including statewide features plus a MORE »

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Pesticide Collection Day – Nov. 12

The North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, in cooperation with Chatham County Cooperative Extension, will be offering a Pesticide Collection Day for residents of Chatham and surrounding counties. The local site MORE »

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Help Us Improve!

Throughout the year we strive to bring you useful, accurate, and timely gardening information you can trust through the Extension Gardener newsletter, portal, and Facebook page. Please take our short online survey to MORE » – from   Extension Gardener

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Which Flowers Are Edible?

Flowers are more than just a colorful addition to your landscape. Flowers are an important food source for pollinators such as honeybees and some varieties are also edible to people. You can liven MORE »

Free Class: Fall Is For Planting!

Review the slides from this program (PDF files): Part 1: Soil preparation, planting technique and care of newly planted trees and shrubs Part 2: Selecting plants for your landscape and recommended trees and shrubs MORE »

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