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Women in Agritourism
As agritourism increases in prominence across North Carolina, women are instrumental in its development, maintenance and innovation.Learn More in the Extension Publication
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Jun 18, 2018
BAE Student Selected for ACC Fellowship Program
Carrie Sanford, a student in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering (BAE), was selected for the Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Consortium (ACC AC) Fellows Program in Creativity and Innovation.
Jun 8, 2018
Faculty Focus: Shah Seeks Real-World Solutions
Sanjay Shah sees the potential of solar energy use in livestock barn heating, not only for reducing heating fuel use but also improving the indoor air quality. So he is working to test a low-cost solar air heating technology that could have an immediate impact on poultry and pig producers.
CALS Magazine Read More From the Latest Issue
From Factory Floor to Honors Student
From teenage packing plant worker to animal science student and mentor, Sampson County’s Selena Ibarra is a first-generation college student who refused to quit.
You Tell Us: What Do You Want To See In Rural NC’s Future?
We asked CALS friends and stakeholders across the state: What do you want to see in rural North Carolina's future? How can CALS help?
Leading the Way
NC State ag research has a massive economic impact on rural North Carolina.
The Covington sweet potato, developed at NC State, makes up 20% of the U.S. sweet potato market.
CALS research has generated more than $25 million in licensing revenue since 2011.
Science to Scoops
NC State's Dairy Enterprise System is a one-of-a-kind initiative that's moo-ving North Carolina agriculture forward. Join us for a behind-the-scenes look at how NC State is growing the North Carolina dairy industry.