You Decide: Will the Roaring 20s Come Back?
What can we glean looking to the economy of the Roaring 20s, and how does it compare to a potentially oncoming economy?
Student Ambassador Spotlight: Jonathan Weavil
Read about Jonathan's path to CALS and what he is doing now to prepare for his future.
Apple’s Big News can Solidify North Carolina as ‘The’ State of the Future
Apple announced that it will have a hub in NC bringing over 3,000 jobs and over $1 billion of new annual spending in the state.
Bullish Surprise for Corn and Soybeans with Prospective Plantings
Pricing opportunities at profitable and even higher prices are on the horizon, especially if anything but perfect planting weather occurs.
The Contribution of Wild-Caught Seafood to NC’s Economy
New research has found that North Carolina's wild-caught commercial seafood industry provides 5,500 jobs and nearly $300 million to the state's gross domestic product.
Why Wall Street Investors’ Trading California Water Futures is Nothing to Fear – and Unlikely to Work Anyway
Should we be concerned now that profit-hungry hedge funds and other investors can trade water like a barrel of oil or shares of Apple? Heidi Schweizer and colleague Ellen Bruno weigh in.
A Cleaner Future for Energy on Federal Lands
One of the first things President Biden did when he assumed office was issue an executive order placing a moratorium on the sale of any new leases for oil and gas on federal land—at least until the Department of the Interior completes a review of climate impacts. What does that mean and how will it affect our national parks and lands?
Insurance: Overview of Crop, Liability and Property Insurance Options
Watch Andrew Branan and Rod Rejesus provide current information about insurance options for the farm.
Comparing Apples to Oysters
An interview with Agricultural Business Management freshman Aaron Corn showed that farmers and fishers have much in common in the way of obstacles and opportunities.
You Decide: Was Popping the Mileage Fee Balloon a Good Idea?
The idea of a mileage fee for vehicles was recently floated before being left off the proposed infrastructure plan. What did the fee include and what was it looking to address?