NC Farm Bureau Lifting Up Broadband Access as a Critical Need for Farms and Rural Communities

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In the March 2021 “The Leader” publication from NC Farm Bureau, which is sent to approximately 3,000 Farm Bureau leaders in North Carolina, highlights Broadband Access as a critical issue for farms and rural communities. NC Farm Bureau is a great supporter of agriculture and rural communities in North Carolina and N.C. Cooperative Extension is delighted they are highlighting this critical issue.

Before you speak with your county Farm Bureau leaders about broadband, check out the Broadband Resources page to learn more about broadband issues in N.C. Cooperative Extension. You can find the links to the Farms and Connectivity reports referenced in “The Leader” on the Broadband Resources page. Please contact Kenny Sherin if you have questions or want to share resources.

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Kenneth Sherin, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionKenneth SherinBroadband Access and Education Coordinator and County Extension Director Call Kenneth Email Kenneth N.C. Cooperative Extension, Randolph County Center
Posted on Mar 8, 2021
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