The Kioti Tractor Division of South Korean equipment manufacturer Daedong-USA Inc. provides much-needed equipment at the Lake Wheeler Road Field Laboratory.
As of fall 2010, courses have begun in a new graduate program in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at N.C. State University. The new program offers two distance-based graduate study paths leading to master’s degrees in Family Life and Youth Development.
Dr. Craig Sullivan, William Neal Reynolds Professor of biology, working with Dr. Ron Hodson, retired North Carolina Sea Grant director, has completed a genomic map of the striped bass, the first map for any non-salmonid marine species farmed in the United States.
North Carolina’s economy is has changed dramatically from what it was 30 or 40 years ago. Is it still changing? Mike Walden has the answer.
Searching for an affordable, one-of-a-kind experience for your children this summer? Look no further than North Carolina 4-H camps. At five 4-H camps and centers spread out across the state, children can participate in everything from sailing near the coast to negotiating ropes courses in the foothills. Programs range from traditional camp activities such as […]