Stories From 2018

Dec 11, 2018

NC Farm School Supports Sustainable Enterprises

NC Farm School helped Noah Miller create a business plan focusing on sustainable farming.

Dec 10, 2018

Thurman Co-authors Study on Adaptability to Decline in Bees

CEnREP affiliate and ARE professor Wally Thurman publishes new research on colony collapse disorder.

Dec 10, 2018

AG Law Class Certified in Quality

Coit: “I am honored to have been a part of DELTA’s pilot Online Course Improvement Program and to have the first known course at NC State that is Quality Matters certified.”

Dec 4, 2018

Economic Perspective: Retiring Early

Ever wonder what it would to retire by age 50? Mike Walden breaks down what you'd need to hit that goal.

Dec 4, 2018

Tax Schools Provide Clarity After Tax Law Changes

Tax School is back in session in preparation for the upcoming tax season.

Nov 29, 2018

Economic Perspective: Are Starter Homes a Thing of the Past?

Historically, there was a path in home buying that began with the starter home, but are young people still following that path?

Nov 29, 2018

Student Spotlight: Charles Eason’s Internships

Eason's Agricultural Business Management classes gave him the technical crop science knowledge and business and financial foundations to succeed and grow through each internship.

Nov 27, 2018

Returning Farmer Benefits from NC Farm School

Farming is a risky business and it’s hard work, but it also has its benefits. Take a look at what our NC Farm School can offer you, from helping develop a business plan to adding a new enterprise.

Nov 27, 2018

Goodwin Co-Authors “Agricultural Policy in Disarray: Reforming the US Farm Bill”

The 2018 Farm Bill, if passed, will set US farm policy for the next 5 years and cost some US $87 billion annually. Some of this spending will go toward the US farm safety net, which includes price and income support programs, conservation programs, and crop insurance.

Nov 27, 2018

Whitmire Awarded at NCCE Conference

N.C. Cooperative Extension honored outstanding employees and county-based teams on November 15 at the 2018 Extension State Conference awards dinner.