Subsidies for Beginning Farmers: Should We Bet the Farm?
In a new report for the American Enterprise Institute, William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor Barry Goodwin discussed the concerns regarding the increased average age of principal farm owners.
Graduate Student Spotlight: Yanning Zhang
A Q&A with Yanning Zhang, Ph.D. student and Jenkins Fellow in the Economics Graduate Program at NC State University.
ABM Alumnus Helps Introduce New Tobacco Crop in North Carolina
Jimbo Eggleston has helped farmers start growing Connecticut Broadleaf Tobacco in North Carolina and Virginia through his role as a leaf buyer at Hail & Cotton.
ARE Excels at the 2022 Extension Conference
Our department's extension faculty and associates had the opportunity to present their research and attend workshops at the 2022 Extension State Conference.
Pursuing a Farming Passion With NC Farm School
NC Farm School gave Heather Haley the tools and confidence she needed to transition from a gardener to a farmer.
New Research Reveals the Impacts of Climate Change on Wastewater Treatment in the Coastal Carolinas
A team of researchers, including Assistant Professor Eric Edwards and economics master's student Iain Burnett, completed a three-year study on the growing concern of climate-related impacts on wastewater treatment systems in coastal North and South Carolina.
Economics Alumnus Wins CALS Outstanding Alumni Award
2022 CALS Outstanding Alumni Award Recipient James "Jim" Owens discusses his academic and professional journey and the opportunities he has had to give back to NC State.
Meet Michael Best, New Director of The Executive Farm Management Program
As current Director Blake Brown prepares to retire at the end of this year, Michael Best will take on the role of director of The Executive Farm Management Program.
Food Costs up 10% In a Year, but Immigration Reform Might Help, Some Experts Say
The National Desk speaks to experts, including Assistant Professor Alejandro Gutierrez-Li, about the effects of the Farm Workforce Modernization Act on food costs.
Investing In People, Not Just Production
Participants from Worthington Farms credit the Executive Farm Management Program with helping their business evolve. They spoke with Nursery Management Magazine about their experience in the program.