Executive Farm Management Program Early Bird Registration Now Open
The 2022 program will consist of 9 days of content and curriculum taught across 3 sessions in 3 states over the course of 6 weeks starting in January 2022.
You Decide: Is Round Two of the COVID Recession on the Way?
Is there worry of a potential second recession coming?
Climate Change and Agriculture
Agriculture is, of course, affected greatly by storms, droughts, floods, heat and cold, and that makes it vulnerable to climate change. Experts discuss how climate changes affects North Carolina ag, how ag affects climate change, and how the industry can help address it.
Gary Bullen: Reflection and Advice Ahead of Retirement
Gary Bullen is the director of NC Farm School and later this month will retire after 22 years of service to NC State University.
You Decide: Could the Post-Pandemic Economy Be Better?
What are some areas that could be impacted in the economy by the pandemic stretching into the future?
Crop Insurance and Unintended Consequences
A new study suggests that crop insurance serves as a disincentive for farmers to adopt climate change mitigation measures on their croplands.
Eric Edwards Named Interim Associate Director of CEnREP
Eric Edwards will work with Interim Director Roger von Haefen to advance solutions that work for society and the environment by coupling state-of-the-art economic science with natural science and engineering solutions.
Watch: North Carolina Dairy Industry Is Grade A
Got milk? In North Carolina, yes, we do! About 900 million pounds of it annually. Find out what NC State is doing to grow the industry.
You Decide: Should Price and Wage Controls Be Brought Back?
In the 1970s, the federal government implemented price and wage controls to battle inflation. What were the takeaways from that time, and how could they potentially apply today?
Bacon May Disappear in California as Pig Rules Take Effect
Barry Goodwin, an economist at North Carolina State University, estimated the extra costs at 15% more per animal for a farm with 1,000 breeding pigs.