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for Carolina Country Vol. 49 Issue 4, April 2017
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In late spring, summer and fall, numerous farm operations in North Carolina are open for visitors, as well as for annual tours and events. Diverse forms of agritourism offer a way for farmers to teach people about food production and the importance of family farms.
Archaeologists are exploring a sunken blockade runner off the North Carolina coast near the Cape Fear River. The wreck was confirmed as the Scottish-built Agnes E. Frye, one of three sidewheel steamers bested by Union forces during the Civil War.
North Carolina Electric Cooperatives attended the 75th annual meeting of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. North Carolina representatives discussed communication methods during storm-related outages, voltage management, and sound board governance.
A quartet of vignettes, “An Inspiring Farm Life,” “A Kid Chasing Cow,” “My Daddy’s Trucks,” and “Learning Not to Dress Jellybean” belie their brevity. Messages included the depth of lessons learned only from life on the farm and values shared that are related to family traditions.