Call to Action: Opportunities with North Carolina Peanuts Left on the Table
The NC State Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Clinic is looking to recruit a team of students to find sustainable alternatives for peanut shell use, a natural by-product of typical peanut production.
Wetlands: Branan and Burchell Provide Overview on Jurisdiction Changes
Professor Michael Burchell and ARE Associate Professor Andrew Branan presented a webinar on recent changes in wetlands protection policy at the national and state level.
You Decide: Is Higher Education Facing a Reset?
Economist Mike Walden shares issues that higher education is facing and his prediction for the future of North Carolina’s universities.
Internship Spotlight: Zach Dubner
ABM Senior Zach Dubner spent his summer working with industry professionals from many different companies while interning for CALS Director of Research Partnerships Deborah Thompson.
NCSFMRA: Photos From Hyde County Summer Tour 2023
Led by Associate Extension Professor Andrew Branan, members of the North Carolina Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers participated in a tour of select sites in “far eastern” North Carolina this past summer.
The Hands That Feed Us
Alejandro Gutierrez-Li leads the Agricultural Labor Extension Program, a novel effort to address labor issues in North Carolina and the Southeast.
You Decide: Is There a Winner in the Debate Over Taxes?
Economist Mike Walden shares why there are disagreements about taxes, including conversations related to fairness, income distribution and economic growth.
Customer Service with Precision
Coastal AgroBusiness intern and AGI student Hunter Williams is learning the value of customer service while working alongside CALS alumni in precision agriculture.
Internship Spotlight: Kaylie Pender
A junior in Ag Business Management, Kaylie Pender has used her internship with Caterpillar to narrow down her interests and explore potential careers available within marketing.
Climate Change Harming World’s Food Supply With Corn, Wheat Harvests Impacted
Experts are warning climate change and an increase in the frequency of extreme weather events could have devastating effects on global food production. Rod Rejesus joined CBS News to discuss some impacts already being felt.