Stories From Jan 2019
2019 Carlson Award Recipents Announced
AAEA Outstanding Dissertation Nominees and Carlson Award recipients have been announced.
Economic Perspective: Potential Elements of a China Trade Deal
With ongoing negotiations with China on trade, what could a potential agreement look like?
USDA Farm Service Agency Reopens for More Services
Rod Rejesus encourages all growers in NC to visit their local FSA offices to avail of services they need in order to prepare for the upcoming season.
Economic Perspective: Energy Efficient Homes
What can the future look like for energy efficiency and homes?
EFM Raleigh Week: January 27 – February 2, 2019
The Executive Farm Management Program will hold its second of three sessions in Raleigh, NC.
Alumni Spotlight: Evan Burrow
ABM alum and former Farm Credit representative shows us that it is never too late to keep learning.
Walden Delivers 2019 Economic Outlooks
Walden's outlooks address economic trends in North Carolina.
You Decide: How Can We Address Our Transportation Issues?
What are the challenges our transportation system faces, and how can we address them in the future?
Economic Perspective: The Divergence of Economic Growth
In the 21st century, big cities are getting bigger, and small towns are shrinking. Does this trend span nationwide, and are there small towns breaking the trend?
Grainger Thanks Board of Directors for Georgia Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association
Michelle Grainger, Managing Director of the Executive Farm Management Program, thanked the board for their support during the program's expansion into SC and GA.