Working Landscapes is a non-profit organization based in Warren County, NC. Our mission is to create more sustainable livelihoods for people in the Warren County region through stewardship of natural and cultural assets.
What is a working landscape? It’s a place that works—economically, environmentally, and socially. A working landscape is:
A productive landscape—a place where farms, forests and small towns all contribute to a vibrant economy and community;
A healthy landscape—both in terms of environmental and human health;
An authentic landscape—in which we recognize that our opportunities are rooted in our natural, cultural, and human assets.
We invite you to learn more about our vision for the future of the Warren County region and join us as we create opportunity in this place we love.
4:00pm -5:00pm on Thursday, December 21, 2017 Warren County Memorial Library, Community Room
All ages are welcome! Kids with an interest in cooking are especially encouraged to attend.
Please join Rachel, FoodCorps Service Member, to learn some healthy, kid-friendly recipes featuring seasonal, local greens. There will be a short cooking demonstration with opportunities for participation, yummy samples, recipes to take home, and green craft activities. ... See MoreSee Less
Working Landscapes is at Scotland Neck Primary School promoting Halifax County collard greens grown by students at Southeast Halifax High School! We are excited to have our friends at Farmer Foodshare join us for today's taste test so that they can bring the "art of taste testing" to Durham County! ... See MoreSee Less
The Warren County 4-H Program is hosting a dance at the Warren County Armory Civic Center on December 8th, 2017. The "Music and Mistletoe" dance begins at 8:00 and tickets are $35 for couples and $20 for singles. Adult beverages will be available, music will be provided by DJ Heavy, each couple receives one free picture at the photo booth, and there will be heavy hors d'oeuvres available. If you would like to attend and to support our local 4-H chapter, please call 252-257-3640! ... See MoreSee Less