Kiosk Information Board is completed
- Wake Forest Scholl of Medicine, Youth health careers programs (2nd visit)
- Mt. Tabor United Methodist Church, youth and adults
- Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church, children and adults
- 4 H Trailblazers, Children, youth and adults
New crops this year
- Zephyr Squash: a new variety, yellow with a green stripe, more disease resistant
- Big Beef Tomato and Rutgers Tomato: chosen for flavor and portability; both tomatoes are known to "travel well". Big Beef is an award winning variety.
- Sugar Baby watermelon: Chosen as a smaller watermelon but so far it looks like a very big melon. We still grow Crimson Sweet (regular big melon)
- Eggplant "Oriental Express". Fairly small, this eggplant is growing very well. We've never grown eggplant before but thought we would try it.
- Beans: Several new varieties including Contenda, Mountaineer White Half Runner. We've been growing Tenderette, a bush bean that does well.
- Cover crops: Sudan grass, cow peas and soybeans