The North Carolina Cooperative Extension wants communities across the state to help the organization change its business strategy.
The Cooperative Extension is in the middle of a series of 12 meetings to adjust to budget cuts. The group funds agricultural, nutrition and youth education programs like 4-H camps. Four of those camps are shutting down by the end of the year.
Cooperative Extension director Joe Zublena says he's asking people for feedback about which programs matter the most.