Durham County COVID-19 Farm Impact Assessment

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Durham Farmers! How has COVID impacted your farm? Are you looking for new markets or your product? Do you want a bigger role in feeding Durham during this crisis?

The Durham County Food Security Task Force is partnering with Durham County Soil & Water and N.C. Cooperative Extension of Durham County to get a better understanding of how we can meet food needs with local farms, and how much local product is currently going unsold.

This is a busy time for farms. Please help us feed Durham together and support Durham farms by completing Durham County COVID-19 Farm Impact Assessment survey below by Sunday, May 10, 2020. It will better help us understand how we might be of help and support to you at this time.

The survey is very quick and you can access it by clicking on the link.

Durham County COVID-19 Farm Impact Assessment

If you have questions, please reach out to Ashley Troth at the N.C. Cooperative Extension of Durham County, 919-560-7290; or Mike Dupree at Soil and Water, 919-560-0558; or Donna Rewalt, Extension Director and COVID-19 Food Security Task Force.