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Bill Culpepper planned to go back home after graduation, but the Vietnam War and his introduction to agribusiness changed his plans and his life. Now his family has made a generous gift to the N.C. Plant Sciences Initiative.Read more
COVID-19 Updates More Updates
Jun 2, 2020
The Dine-In Revival
Stay-at-home guidelines have eased, and many North Carolina restaurants are reopening their dining rooms. In the latest episode of CALS’ Farms, Food and You podcast, learn more about COVID-19’s impact on the restaurant industry, what the industry is doing to protect patrons and workers, and how you can help keep yourself and your community safe and healthy should you go out.
May 28, 2020
Food Business Rejuvenation During COVID-19: Opportunity to Innovate
Food industry companies and entrepreneurs must plan how to position themselves once COVID-19 has subsided. A focus on business strategies, innovation, personnel safety and financing is essential.
Recent News More Stories
Jun 1, 2020
NC State Spin-off TreeCo To Breed a Better Forest
TreeCo, start-up company founded by by two NC State researchers, is setting out to revolutionize the forestry industry by combining insights from tree genetics with the power of genome editing.
May 29, 2020
Here Come the Cicadas! At Least for Some of Us
Right now, in the northwest corner of North Carolina, a remarkable event is occurring – one that happens only every 17 years. It’s the emergence of Brood IX of the 17-year periodical cicadas, and it is a sight (with accompanying sounds) worth seeing.
Transporting Milk from Farms to Families
North Carolina is home to roughly 44,000 dairy cows, each of which produces nearly 2,500 pounds of fresh milk. Learn how farmers and dairy operations transport that milk and ensure you have fresh and safe dairy products.
Hand-washing the Right Way
NC State Extension Food Safety Specialist Ben Chapman explains the right way to wash your hands.
Leading the Way
Our agricultural research has a massive economic impact on rural North Carolina.
ROI: NC State Extension's work helps fuel the N.C. economy by delivering solutions directly into the hands of the state's citizens.
Nearly all CALS students with high-need degrees graduate with jobs that have salaries well above the state’s median income.