Fun With Muscadines for the Whole Family

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image by Liz DriscollI hope that these recent weeks have found you enjoying the brimming bounty, the juicy delight, the healthful wonder of the muscadine grape! Whether you eat the seeds or spit them, or crunch through the skins or slip them off, the muscadine is a native fruit that should be enjoyed and shared!

We hope you enjoy this newly released Extension pub:
Muscadine Grape: Family Activity Guide

Celebrating, learning and loving everything about Muscadine Grapes!

To print a pdf version click on the red box at the end of the social media options at the top of the page, or scroll to the bottom and click on the link to the pdf version.

This is an engaging, vibrant guide for families to learn the history, the use, how to grow and eat muscadine grapes.

Many thanks to the NC Muscadine Grape Association for their generous support

and to collaborating authors, Dr. Connie Fisk and Dr. Sara Spayd.

Please share widely with your community and happy muscadine eating!

Thanks,
Liz Driscoll