Stories From 2019
Paul Fackler to Co-Lead Tutorial on Adaptive Management in April 2020
Adaptive management seeks to determine sound management strategies in the face of uncertainty concerning the behavior of the system being managed.
Economic Perspective: Costs of Living
Cost of living gets thrown around a lot, but can that vary within a state as well as across the country?
Piggott on 4th Congressional District Farmers Briefing Panel
Nick Piggott represented NC State Extension alongside Kelly Dale of the Rural Advancement Foundation and Tine Miller, County Director of the Durham-Orange FSA. Representative David Price moderated.
Economic Perspective: How Did North Carolina’s Economy Do In 2019?
With 2019 coming to a close, how did North Carolina's economy perform this past year?
Read the story of two outstanding Ag. Institute '19 grads who will graduate with a total of 5 combined CALS Associates degrees. Each grad will receive an Associates in Agricultural Business Management.
New Publication: Valuing Buyer and Contract Characteristics
Findings from this study can benefit researchers and Cooperative Extension personnel who help to inform market development strategies for small scale specialty crop farmers.
Hendrickson Completes Reflective Educational Design Program
Melissa Hendrickson is a Lecturer and Coordinator of the Associates Degree Program in Agribusiness Management in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics.
Economic Perspective: Exercise and the Economy
The individual benefits of exercise have been documented, but are there economic benefits to regular exercise?
You Decide: Do the Benefits and Costs of Technology Balance?
New technology tends to upset the status quo in many different industries. How do the pros and cons balance out?
Branan Discusses Swine Lawsuits with Producers in Wilson County
Check out the Andrew's presentation on the legality of the hog nuisance lawsuits.