All VHS videotapes or DVDs are $15; CD-ROMs are $12. These prices include tax and shipping.

4-H FOR FUN
M&M Productions, 1998, VHS
running times 4:20/3:41/3:23/3:18/3:19/3:56

This video promotes 4-H camping in North Carolina. Part 1 is an overview, while
the other parts detail the 5 camps- Swannanoa, Millstone, Mitchell, Sertoma
and Betsy-Jeff Penn.

“4-H CONGRESS WINNING PRESENTATIONS” SERIES
4-H Congress Winning Presentations - 1994
NCSU, 4-H, Ann Frazier, 1995, VHS
45:25 running time

Featured presentations include:
Entomology Erin Connelly
Home Environment Chandra Cox
Horticulture Julie & Jackie Roberts
Aquaculture April Stewart


Livestock/Dairy Bradley Mills

4-H Congress Winning Presentations - 1999
NCSU, 4-H, Ann Frazier, 2000, VHS
45:00 running time

Featured presentations include:
Wildlife 9-10 Chet Morris
Wildlife 13-18 Andrew Rogers
Public Speaking Nicole Young
Dairy Foods Mary Hardison
Vet Science Casey Crowley

4-H WINNING PRESENTATIONS - 2000
NCSU, 4-H, Ann Frazier, 2001, VHS
47:00 running time

Featured presentations include:
Public Speaking Lora Young
Environment Micah Sullivan and Rebecca Lee
Artistic Arrangement Elva Jones
Landscaping Pollen Wellman
Horticulture Will Southerland

4-H WINNING PRESENTATIONS - 2003
NCSU, 4-H, Mitzi Downing, 2003, VHS
1:02:00 running time

Featured presentations include:
Horticulture Bryan Simmons
Horticulture Lory McCraw
Horticulture Katie McCraw
Crop Production Kayla Jarret
Safety Derek Zika
Science Lenny Corbett
Health Stephanie Broyles

4-H PRESENTATIONS: ARE THEY FOR YOU?
NCSU, 4-H, Ann Frazier, 1990, VHS
25:45 running time

Learning and sharing experiences in 4-H gives an opportunity for each member to develop his or her own talks and demonstrations. Presentations can be an important and fun part of all 4-H projects. This video is designed to illustrate how such an experience can be pleasant, helpful and informative.

85 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE
NCSU, Cooperative Extension, 1999, VHS
7:48 running time

Produced for the 1999 North Carolina Cooperative Extension Annual Conference, this video briefly relates the history of Extension in NC, and then looks at Extension’s efforts in helping the citizens of this state recover from the disaster brought on by Hurricane Floyd.

A DAY IN EXTENSION
NCSU, Cooperative Extension, 1997, VHS
23:57 running time


Produced for the 1997 North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service Annual Conference, this video looks at several of Extension’s successful programs.

ALWAYS SOMETHING IN BLOOM, THE NCSU ARBORETUM
NCSU, Horticulture, J.C. Raulston, 1995, VHS
15:52 running time

The NCSU Arboretum is a research, teaching & outreach facility committed to the promotion of new and better adapted plants for beautiful, environmentally-sound landscapes.

AN APPROACH TO HEALTH CARE FOR FAMILY CAREGIVERS
NCSU, Human Development, Janice Lloyd, 1992, VHS
63:35 running time

This video presents an approach to health care for family caregivers as partners in their own health care and as managers of the care of older family members. This five-task approach to health care is designed to improve communication between caregivers and health professionals, reduce widespread problems with polypharmacy and noncompliance, and encourage caregivers to care for themselves.

APPLE TIME
NCSU, Marvin Owings, 1999, VHS
21:00 running time

Join 5th graders Becky and Todd as they take you back in time to learn about the delicious North Carolina apple. They’ll guide you through the entire process, from dormancy to harvest. Great acting, animation and music combine to make this a wonderful video for teaching kids about what it takes to make apples grow.

BACKYARD COMPOSTING
NCSU, Horticulture, Larry Bass/Kim Powell, 1993, VHS
24:55 running time

Larry Bass, Extension Horticulture Specialist, and Kim Powell, Extension Landscape Specialist, discuss backyard composting and show how the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service is involved. The tape is divided into the following segments:

-Introduction to Backyard Composting Kim Powell
-Composting Structures Kim Powell
-Building a Compost Pile Larry Bass
-Using Compost in the Landscape Larry Bass

BALSAM WOOLLY ADELGIDS
NCSU, Extension Forest Resources, Jill Sidebottom, 1991, VHS
16:00 running time

Identification and control techniques for the balsam woolly adelgid on Christmas trees.


BIOTECHNOLOGY, ITS ROLE IN YOUR FUTURE
NCSU,Sociology,Thomas Hoban, 1996, VHS
23:00 running time

Biotechnology offers many new opportunities to increase food and fiber production, improve food safety, create new products, and protect the environment. We'll look at some of the advances being made today and the role biotechnology will play in our future.

BLACKBERRIES IN THE HOME GARDEN
NCSU, Horticulture, Barclay Poling, 1987, VHS
22:20 running time

Dr. Barclay Poling, Extension Small Fruit Specialist, shows home gardeners how to prune both thorny and thornless varieties of blackberries.


BLUEBERRY PRUNING
NCSU, Horticulture, Mike Mainland, 1988, VHS
50:38 running time

Dr. Mike Mainland, Extension Horticulturalist stationed at the Horticulture Crops Research Station in Castle Hayne, discusses pruning both Rabbiteye and High Bush Blueberries. This video would be helpful for the homeowner with a few bushes or the grower with several hundred.

BLUE MOLD: Controlling a Devastating Disease
NCSU, Paul Shoemaker, 1997, VHS
12:00 running time

Since the mid-1990's, a different, more resistant strain of blue mold has infected burley tobacco in North Carolina. This video looks at that problem, as well as new solutions being developed to combat the disease.

Also available in Spanish under the title “El Moho Azul En Tabaco: Controlando Una Enfermedad Devastadora”

BRIDGING THE GAPS - From the Farm to the Table
NCSU/NCDA, DennisOsborne/Doug Sanders/ Don Howell, 2003, VHS
10:00 running time

Food safety is everybody’s responsibility. That’s where GAPS comes in . . . teaching sanitation methods. By following 8 simple practices, farmers can do their part to ensure produce is safe from the farm to the table.

BUDDING WITH DICK BIR
NCSU, Horticulture, Dick Bir, 1987, VHS
25:25 running time

In this videotape, Dick Bir, Extension Horticulture Specialist at the Mountain Horticultural Research Station in Fletcher, demonstrates the techniques of budding. Topics discussed include proper tools, how to gather bud wood, T-budding pear trees, T-budding dogwood and clip-budding.

CAREERS IN AG AND LIFE SCIENCES
NCSU, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 1998, VHS

CALS VERSION
9:44 running time
This video is a recruitment tool for the college, presenting an overview of the college’s programs from the perspective of former students now working in occupations related to agriculture and the life sciences.

COMPLETE VERSION
13:29 running time
This video includes information on NC A&T’s agriculture programs as well as
NCSU’s.

COMMON INSECT PESTS OF THE LANDSCAPE

NCSU, Entomology, Steve Bambara, 1999, VHS or CD-ROM
10:00 running time

This video shows the home gardener how to identify and treat the ten most common insect pests in the home landscape. The following insects are discussed: Fire Ants, Spruce Spider Mites, Aphids, Fall Webworm, the Japanese Beetle, the Boxwood Leafminer, Tea Scale, the Azalea Lace Bug, Bagworms and the Southern Red Mite.


COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP AND THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE:
ACCLAIM’S COMMUNITY-BASED PROGRAMMING PROCESS
NCSU, Edgar Boone, 1998, VHS
24:00 running time

In this discussion hosted by Mike Gray, renowned educator Dr. Edgar Boone explores the involvement of community colleges in local communities through ACCLAIM”S community-based programming process.

COMPOSTING OF POULTRY MORTALITY IN NORTH CAROLINA
NCSU, Poultry Science, Mike Wineland/Tom Carter, 1994, VHS
20:35 running time

Composting of poultry mortality is one of the newer methods for disposing of carcasses. This method offers an option to poultry producers who find one of the other approved methods is not practical because of economic or environmental concerns.

CONTROLLING INSECT PESTS IN FARM STORED GRAIN
NCSU, Entomology, Rudy Hillman/Steve Bambara, 1996, VHS
15:30 running time

Each year, 5-10% of the grain crop is lost to insects after harvest. Most of this loss could be prevented. This video details ways to minimize or eliminate insect damage to stored grain.

“DEER MANAGEMENT IN THE SOUTHEAST” SERIES
Deer Herd Management
NCSU, Forest Resources, Ed Jones, 1989, VHS
08:57 running time

As more hunters become interested in fee hunting, a properly managed deer herd is more important today than ever before.

Deer Leases and Hunting Fees
NCSU, Forest Resources, Ed Jones, 1989, VHS
10:52 running time

Fee hunting and leasing can provide landowners an opportunity to diversify their agricultural operations and to improve the wildlife habitat.

Managing Your Deer Habitat
NCSU, Forest Resources, Ed Jones, 1989, VHS
09:28 running time

Deer, like any profitable agricultural crop, are a product of the land, and to have a strong, healthy deer herd, their habitat must be properly managed.

DETECTION & CONTROL OF SPRUCE SPIDER MITES
NCSU, Forestry Extension, Jill Sidebottom, 1993, VHS
19:00 running time

Jill Sidebottom, Forestry Extension Specialist in mountain conifer IPM, demonstrates and explains detection and control techniques for dealing with spruce spider mites in North Carolina Christmas trees.

DON'T TRASH IT! REDUCING RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS
(both English and Spanish versions on one tape)
NCSU, Bio. & Ag. Engineering, Rhonda Sherman, 1995, VHS or DVD
24:22 running time

Construction of a 2000 sq. ft. home can create 4 tons of debris, much of which can be recycled. This video gives workers tips for preventing this debris, as well as for reusing and recycling scrap materials.

DON'T WASTE IT
NCSU, Soil Science, Joe Zublena/Wilkes County, 1993, VHS
6:48 Running time

"Don't Waste It" shows how the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service is working with other agencies in an effort to protect water quality and to develop good environmental waste management practices.


DOWN THE DRAIN

How North Carolina Communities Manage Stormwater Runoff
NCSU, Bio. & Ag. Engr., Bill Hunt, 2003, VHS or DVD
26:30 running time

As North Carolina continues to grow, stormwater is becoming a major concern. This video shows strategies used by communities to manage this stormwater runoff.

EASTERN NC TOBACCO RETROFITTING FIELD DAY
NCCES, 2000, VHS
15:00 running time

This video is an overview of a tobacco field day in Wilson, NC, where the problem of tobacco specific nitrosamines was addressed. A variety of equipment designed to
reduce tobacco specific nitrosamines in a curing barn was on display.

EMERGENCY ON-FARM COMPOSTING OF LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY MORTALITY

NCDA/NCSU, Dan Wilson/Morgan Morrow, 2005, VHS
10:28 running time

The efficiencies of modern production systems – especially the increased concentration of animal populations -- have required specific strategies for handling animal mortality.
While these methods may work well for day-to-day management, the secure and rapid
disposal of mortalities in the aftermath of a major disease outbreak, natural disaster,
or even terrorist attack, takes mortality management to a whole new level.

ENJOY N.C. APPLES
NCSU, Marvin Owings, 2001, VHS
12:00 running time

This video shows the entire apple growing process in North Carolina, from growing the apples, to harvesting, packing, selling and preparing delicious apple dishes. For all audiences.

EXTENSION MAKES A DIFFERENCE
NCSU, Ext. Admin.1996, VHS
20:00 running time

Every day the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service is making a difference in the lives of individuals, families, communities, and businesses. This video takes a moment to reflect, a moment to see and hear directly from Extension clients.

FARM SAFETY DAY CAMPS
NCSU, Agromedicine, Julia Storm, 1997, VHS
13:08 running time

Without the right education and awareness, the farm setting can be full of hidden dangers. To help prevent farm accidents, the NCCES, Farm Bureau and other corporations have joined forces to sponsor a Farm Safety Day Camp for children.

FARMING A NEW FISH: Hybrid Striped Bass
NCSU, NC Sea Grant, Ron Hodson, 1995, VHS
22:30 running time

Hybrid striped bass is earning substanial profits for farmers willing to invest in this new pond-grown species. This video examines the entire process, from building ponds to harvesting and marketing the fish.

FFA
NCSU, Ag. Education, Barry Croom, 1998, VHS
8:30 running time

This is a promotional video for recruiting high school students to the Future Farmers of America organization.


FOOD FOR THOUGHT (revised)
NCSU, Bob Cairns, 2005, VHS
10:30 running time

This video explores some mis-conceptions about North Carolina’s, and our nation’s, food supply. It is our agribusiness, starting with the farmer, that brings us the most convenient, economical and safest food in the world.

FUNDAMENTALS OF FOREST PRODUCTS EXPORTING
NCSU, Forestry Extension, 1990, VHS
50:31 running time

This video provides information on market research, methods of exporting, pricing and quotations, financing options, transportation and shipping, claims, and market assistance in the business of exporting forest products.

“GARDENING AT HOME” SERIES
How to Maintain and Manage a Fescue Lawn
NCSU, Horticulture, Ted Caudle, 1988, VHS
25:00 running time


Mecklenburg Co. Extension Horticulturist, Ted Caudle, discusses "How to Maintain and Manage a Fescue Lawn". Topics covered include how and when to lime and fertilize, mowing, weed control, establishing a new lawn or re-seeding, and watering techniques.

Planting and Care of Roses
NCSU, Horticulture, Ted Caudle, 1988, VHS
22:25 running time

Ted Caudle, Mecklenburg Co. Extension Horticulturist, talks about the proper way to plant roses, how to prune and how to control rose pests. This video was designed for use in Piedmont North Carolina but the basic principles apply wherever roses are grown.

Planting Annuals
NCSU, Horticulture, Ted Caudle, 1988, VHS
19:40 running time

Ted Caudle, Mecklenburg Co. Extension Horticulturist, says homeowners get a lot of pleasure from planting annuals in their landscape. He shows a large number of beautiful examples and talks about using them year round in the landscape. He discusses soil preparation, fertilization, the selection of annuals for shady areas, for sunny areas and for use in hanging baskets and other containers.

Selecting, Planting and Care of Azaleas and Rhododendrons
NCSU, Horticulture, Ted Caudle, 1988, VHS
17:00 running time

Ted Caudle, Mecklenburg Co. Extension Horticulturist, gives tips on how to select, plant and care for azaleas and rhododendron. At a nursery, he shows a large number of different plants but cautions homeowners to select only those varieties adaptable to their area. Caudle also demonstrates how to prepare soil for planting and watering the new plants.

Useful Garden Gadgets
NCSU, Horticulture, Ted Caudle, 1988, VHS
20:45 running time

Ted Caudle, Mecklenburg Co. Extension Horticulturist, shows a number of useful garden gadgets which make the home gardener's job a little easier and eliminates guesswork. He also talks about water hose gadgets and other useful garden tools such as pruners and spray equipment.

GROWING VEGETABLES IN THE "ALMANAC" GARDEN
NCSU, Horticulture, Larry Bass, 1992, VHS
51:10 running time

Larry Bass, Extension Horticultural Specialist, takes the "Almanac" garden from planting to harvest.

-Introduction to the Garden
-Ten days later (garden is two weeks old)
-Two weeks later (garden is four weeks old)
-Two weeks later (garden is six weeks old)
-Three weeks later (garden is nine weeks old)

HORSE FITNESS TESTING
NCSU, Animal Science, Bob Mowrey, 1997, VHS
15:47 running time

Dr. Bob Mowrey, NC Extension Horse Husbandry Specialist, shows you how to evaluate the physical condition of a horse.

INFORMATION YOU CAN COUNT ON
NCSU, 1996, VHS
7:15 running time

This video highlights North Carolina Cooperative Extension’s role in providing vital information to the public via computer technology.

INVESTMENT CONCEPTS
NCSU, Economics, Mike Walden, 1997, VHS

Dr. Mike Walden, NCSU Economist, talks about the types of investments. He offers advice about how to invest wisely in order to get the most return with the least risk.

IPM FOR CONTROLLING INSECT PESTS AND DISEASES IN GREENHOUSE TOMATOES
NCSU, Mary Peet/Keith Baldwin, 2001, VHS
32:00 running time

The organic industry is the fastest growing segment in the grocery business today. Finding ways for North Carolina greenhouse farmers to switch to pesticide free or organic produce may give them the needed income to continue to produce on small acreage.

IT COULDN'T HAPPEN TO ME
NCSU, Human Development, Cynthia Johnson, 1987, VHS
12:30 running time

Reba Green-Holley, Home Economics Extension Agent in Gates County, looks at the problem of teenage pregnancy in North Carolina. Interviews with doctors and teenage mothers and fathers are featured in this video.

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

NCSU, 2006, VHS or DVD
11:00 running time

Today, North Carolina Cooperative Extension comprises a vast network of people and programs throughout all 100 North Carolina counties and the Cherokee Reservation. Driven by a mission that’s stronger than ever, Extension continues to meet the needs of changing times, working hard to strengthen the economy, protect the environment and improve the quality of life for all North Carolinians. This video looks at Extension’s history and its work.

LIFE INSURANCE
NCSU, Economics, Mike Walden, 1989, VHS
38:38 running time

Extension Economist, Dr. Mike Walden, discusses who needs life insurance, how much life insurance you should have, and what kind of life insurance you should buy.

MAINTAINING A HEALTHY SWINE HERD
NCSU, Animal Science, Morgan Morrow, 1991, VHS
14:25 running time

Swine production, like any agricultural enterprise, requires sound management to be profitable. For successful hog producers this management plan includes paying special attention to maintaining a healthy herd.

MANAGING YOUR POND FOR BETTER FISHING
NCSU, Zoology, James Rice, 1994, VHS
23:00 running time

With good management, farm ponds can provide excellent fishing year after year. This video presents the basic principles of pond management you will need to produce and maintain high quality recreational fishing in your pond.

MANUAL DIGGING AND BURLAPPING OF CONIFERS
NCSU, Horticulture, Dick Bir, 1989, VHS
20:30 running time

Dick Bir, Extension Horticulture Specialist at the Mountain Horticultural Research Station in Fletcher, and Joe Conner, Ag. Technician, show how to dig, ball, and burlap conifers. Especially useful for the small nurseryman.

MARKETING QUALITY TOBACCO
NCSU, Crop Science, David Smith, 1989, VHS
13:30 running time

The price a farmer gets for his tobacco is influenced by its quality, ripeness, maturity and color. This video shows how growers can increase the quality of their product with proper market preparation.

MEDICARE MYTHS
NCSU, Jan Lloyd, 1994, VHS
20:10 running time

A joint pre-retirement education project of the Seniors' Health Insurance Information Program, N.C. Dept. of Insurance; and the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, N.C. State University. This video looks at Medicare myths and the health insurance realities you will face in retirement.

MERECEMOS LO MEJOR!
Hallando Cuidado de Calidad Para Su Niño de Edad Escolar
NCSU/NCDHHS, 2002, VHS
22:00 running time

The primary purpose of the video is to educate Spanish-speaking parents of the important role before and afterschool programs can provide for their children when other adult-supervised care is not available. In addition, it explains North Carolina’s rated license system for child care. We hope that Spanish-speaking families will use this video to learn how to select quality after school care.

MINI-GREENHOUSES: Affordable Greenhouse Technology For Everyone
NCSU, Bio. & Ag. Engineering, Subhas Mohapatra, 1999, VHS
17:00 running time

Dr. Subhas Mohapatra details the steps for building and using an inexpensive mini-greenhouse, which combines the advantages of a full-sized greenhouse with the economy of a plantbed.

MODERN YIELD MONITORING: Profits Through Information
NCSU, Ron Heiniger, 1997, VHS
23:44 running time

The leading technology in the information revolution in farming is the modern yield monitor. A yield monitoring system, using GPS, can provide the farmer with up-to-date information on a variety of aspects related to his crop yields.


MUDDY WATER: IT'S MORE DANGEROUS THAN YOU THINK!
NCSU, KNCCB, 1988, VHS
10:05 running time

Soil erosion is causing the worst pollution problem in North Carolina. Every year tons of soil flow into our rivers and lakes from uncontrolled construction sites. This 10 minute video, produced for Keep NC Clean and Beautiful, looks at the problem and control measures. Examples are shown of what happens when no control measures are in place.

MYSTERY OF THE CASTOFF CAPER
NCSU, 4-H, Ed Maxa, 1990, VHS
24:40 running time

This video includes two programs:

"Trashbusters": Super sleuth Sam and his sidekick Betsy Baggit trace their trash from home to the landfill.

"Taking Out the Garbage": Taking out the garbage is a drag. This video, produced from a slide set, shows how recycling is a better way to get rid of garbage.

NORTH CAROLINA ANIMAL AGRICULTURE It Matters To You!
NCSU, Steve Washburn, 2000, VHS
15:00 running time

Humans have always depended on animals for many things, from food and clothes, to medicines and recreation. This video explores the many facets of animal agriculture in North Carolina, showing how each one is important to the lives of North Carolina citizens.


NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURE COMES TO LIFE
NCSU, 1998, VHS
12:30 running time

This video, produced from slides, shows the wide diversity of North Carolina agriculture.

OLD BUILDINGS DON'T HAVE TO GO TO WASTE
NCSU, Bio. & Ag. Engineering, Rhonda Sherman, 1996, VHS
22:57 running time

For 25 years, Pete Hendricks has been recycling old buildings. This video shows how to carefully dismantle old structures and use the materials to build new houses.

ORGANIC NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT FOR GREENHOUSE TOMATOES

NCSU, Horticulture, Mary Peet, 2004, VHS
33:00 running time

Nationally, greenhouse tomato consumption is rising dramatically, providing an intriguing opportunity to grow pesticide-free or organic greenhouse tomatoes. Many tomato greenhouses are already virtually pesticide-free because they manage pests with biocontrols. The changes in fertility practices required for organic production are explained in this video.

POEMS . . . CREATING HIGH QUALITY OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTS FOR CHILDREN
NCSU, FCS/School of Design, Karen DeBord/Robin Moore, 2005, VHS or DVD
12:30 running time

During the workweek, a majority of young children spend a great deal of
their waking hours in child care settings. Part of their learning each day can -- and should, occur outdoors. The Preschool Outdoor Environmental Measurement Scale,
or POEMS for short, has been used for a variety of purposes in evaluating, studying and designing quality outdoor play space.

PORIA INCRASATTA, THE WATER CONDUCTING FUNGUS
NCSU, Forestry Extension, Mike Levi, 1989, VHS
13:00 running time

Description, control methods, and a case study of Poria Incrasatta (a wood decay fungus).

POULTRY PRIDE – THE BROILER INDUSTRY IN NORTH CAROLINA

NCSU/Wineland, Curtis, 2001, VHS
12:30 running time

The poultry industry is North Carolina’s largest agricultural industry. This video takes a detailed look at its various components.

PROTECTING WATER RESOURCES: A BASINWIDE APPROACH
NCSU, Bio & Ag. Engr., Frank Humenik/Greg Jennings, 1994, VHS
21:50 running time


By looking at water protection for an entire natural river basin, from the higher elevation source waters to the estuaries and sound waters at sea level, basinwide management provides a comprehensive approach to solving problems in our waters.

PRUNING GRAPES
NCSU, Horticulture, Barclay Poling, 1986, VHS
41:35 running time

Dr. Barclay Poling, Small Fruit Specialist, shows the home gardener how to prune three types of grapes.
Part 1: Muscadine
Part 2: Bunch Grapes (French Hybrid)
Part 3: Bunch Grapes (American Hybrid)

QUAIL AT THE EDGE: Can We Bring Them Back?
NCSU, Zoology, Pete Bromley, 1999, VHS

This video details the efforts of the Farm Wildlife Recovery Team to understand why quail have declined in the wild. Strategies for increasing the bobwhite populations
on farmlands are discussed.

RAISING STRAWBERRIES ON PLASTIC
NCSU, Horticulture, Barclay Poling, 1989, VHS
22:00 running time

Something is happening to strawberry production in North Carolina, and this video is intended to familiarize you with a new technique being used primarily in southeastern N.C. for raising strawberries on plastic.

RAKING FOR CLAMS : A NEW VENTURE
NCSU, NC Sea Grant, Jim Murray, 1998, VHS
12:40 running time

Raking clams along the tidal flats of the Pamlico Sound is an activity that's not only attracting tourists looking for something unique to do, but is also catching the attention of entrepeneurs realizing the potential of eco-tourism.

RECYCLING USED OIL: A GUIDE FOR FARMERS & DO IT YOURSELFERS
Q Video Prod., Wilma Hammett, 1994, VHS
12:30 running time

This videotape promotes the practice of recycling used motor oil. The first part addresses motor oil recycling on the farm. The second concentrates on the "do it yourself" oil changer, and the "why and how" of recycling motor oil from your car.

REDUCING BY-CATCH: THE FISHING ISSUE OF THE 90's
NCSU, NC Sea Grant, Jim Murray, 1992, VHS
14:17 running time


Shrimping is the most profitable fishing venture on the southeast coast. But when the nets are pulled in, along with the shrimp comes an unwanted mixture of sea creatures called by-catch. This video shows the development and testing of three new shrimp nets, all designed to reduce by-catch.

RISK: Public Perception and Communication
NCSU, Extension Sociology, Tom Hoban, 1989, VHS
25:30 running time

Dr. Thomas Hoban, Extension Sociology Specialist with the North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service, answers questions such as: Why are we concerned about risk? Where does the public get information about risk?

SCHOOL AGE CARE... An Investment With Many Returns
NCSU, 4-H, Locklear, 1995, VHS
19:39 running time

This video portrays six after school programs which were developed by Cooperative Extension Agents. It describes the elements of quality inherent in these programs as well as the community, corporate and public school support they receive.

SEAFOOD SAFETY - Keep It Safe From Purchasing to Serving
NC Marine Fisheries/Cooperative Extension, 1998, VHS
37:00 running time

This video is designed to teach food safety practices to restaurant employees, thus insuring consumer safety and product quality.

SEPTIC SYSTEM OWNER'S GUIDE
Q-Video Production, Mike Hoover, 1992, VHS or CD-ROM
12:00 running time

Geared to the homeowner, this video discusses the various types of septic tank systems used in North Carolina, including their construction and maintenance.

SHRIMPING WITH THE SKIMMER
NCSU, NC Sea Grant, 1992, VHS
10:42 running time

This video shows how the skimmer trawl is being introduced and used in the North Carolina shrimping industry, detailing its advantages.

SNAKES ALIVE! Identification and Control of Southeastern Snakes
NCSU, Zoology, Gary San Julian, 1987, VHS
11:49 running time

This video examines various snakes found in the southeastern United States, including all four poisonous ones. Their attributes, identifying characteristics and control are discussed.

SOLUTIONS FOR NORTH CAROLINA’S ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES


NCSU, 1997, VHS
12:50 running time

This video looks at the many environmental challenges the state faces today, and the viable solutions being worked on by NCSU and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences to meet those challenges.

SUCCESSFUL SWINE PRODUCTION: Management is the Key
NCSU, Animal Science, Morgan Morrow, 1995, VHS
16:50 running time

If swine production is successful, it is because of correct management practices. This video details these seven procedures: trimming teeth, cutting cords, giving iron, cutting tails, castration, ear notching, and taping splayed legs.

This video is available in Spanish under the title “Para Una Producción de
Cerdos Exitosa: El Manejo Es La Clave”.

TROUBLE-SHOOTING A SMALL CIRCULAR SAWMILL
NCSU, Joe Denig, Ext. Forestry, 1992, VHS
55:00 running time

Joe Denig, Ext. Sawmill Specialist and Casey Creamer, President of Seneca Saw Works in Burdett, NY, discuss trouble-shooting and alignment procedures used in a small circular sawmill.

TROUT PRODUCTION IN THE SOUTHEAST
NCSU, Zoology, Jeff Hinshaw, 1990, VHS
19:48 running time

Trout production can be a profitable form of farming if the operation is well planned and well managed. This videotape looks at all aspects of this form of aquaculture.

UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN’S BEHAVIOR THROUGH OBSERVATION
NCSU, Family & Consumer Science, Karen DeBord, 1997, VHS
32:00 running time

Observation can be used to provide additional information about a child's learning style and behavior. This video would be useful for teachers, day care workers , and other child care providers. It shows how stepping back and carefully looking at a child’s complex interactions with his environment and peers can furnish clues to plan for that child's learning, and the adult's role in that learning.


VEGETABLE GARDENING IDEAS FROM “ALMANAC GARDENER”
UNC-CPT,1989-91, VHS
30:00 running time

Composting Larry Bass
Organic Fertilizers & Insecticides Ted Caudle
Fall Gardening Larry Bass
Fall Garden Cleanup Larry Bass

VISIONS OF DIVERSITY
NCSU/NC A & T, Diversity Committee, 1994, VHS
13:45 running time

Just what are diversity and pluralism? This video answers those questions giving examples of how Extension has put these concepts to work.

VIVIENDA SALUDABLE: UNA RESPONSABILIDAD COMPARTIDA
(HEALTHY HOUSING: A SHARED RESPONSIBILITY)
NCSU, Bio. & Ag. Engineering, Steve Derthick/Robert McLymore, 1994, VHS
11:34 running time

Quality migrant housing is a shared responsibility; growers should provide housing in compliance with state regulations, and workers should maintain the housing in good condition. (English translation follows Spanish version)

VOICES OF NORTH CAROLINA FARMERS
NCSU, Emerging Issues Forum, 2000, VHS
15:00 running time

North Carolina farmers speak about the problems facing agriculture in North Carolina today. This video was shown at Gov. Jim Hunt’s Emerging Issues Forum in February, 2000.

WATER QUALITY & HOME LAWN CARE
APT, Horticulture, Art Bruneau, 1995, VHS
7:40 running time

This video, produced from slides, shows how to establish and care for your lawn, relating this to water quality. Topics covered include watering, mowing, fertilizing, pesticides, spreaders and sprayers.

WELCOME TO 4-H
NCSU, 4-H, Thearon McKinney, 1993, VHS
7:35 running time

This video provides 4-H agents and key volunteers with a basic overview of a 4-H Club in the context of local involvement of youth, volunteers and donors. The focus is on the "Discovery" curriculum and its use in early 4-H Club development.