Carolina Farm Credit, based in Statesville, has given $5,000 to support the 10% Campaign, a North Carolina initiative designed to encourage consumers to spend 10 percent of their food budget on locally produced foods.
Meyer has been named the 2011 Envirothon Mentor of the Year by the Wake County Soil and Water Conservation District.
How do we use our limited resources to satisfy our unlimited wants and needs? That’s the essential economic problem. Mike Walden discusses.
An award-winning dancer talks about her experience with NC State’s Dance Program and as an animal science major in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
CALS grad Livia Marques leads the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s popular and growing People’s Garden Program.
There will be much discussion about economics in this election year. But what are the economic themes at the root of these discussions and differences?
Dr. Allen Foegeding and Dr. Fred Gould have been named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
The number of fungal specimens in North Carolina State University’s Mycological Herbarium is relatively small in relation to other collections, but N.C. State’s collection is a scientifically significant and valuable resource. Indeed, one might call it grand. And, in fact, that is what the collection is now called, the Larry F. Grand Mycological Herbarium at […]
What started as a learning opportunity for a landscape class at N.C. State University resulted in some new, permanent landscape features for the State Fair’s garden area. The effort also received the Commissioner’s Award for the fair’s garden area this year.