EFM Program Awarded $119,981 Tobacco Trust Fund Commission Grant
The funds will support Southeastern farmers participating in the 2025 Executive Farm Management program. The program typically attracts larger-scale farmers, but is adaptable for operations of any size, scale and commodity focus.
Scientists Look for Crops That Help Amid Saltwater Intrusion
Extension Agent Andrea Gibbs and ARE Professor Rod Rejesus speak to WFAE about the growing problems of saltwater intrusion and sea-level rise for farmers in Eastern NC.
2023 CALS Alumni Awards Recognize Nelson Powell and Justin Somers
The CALS Alumni Awards recognize and celebrate exceptional achievements and contributions of alumni from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at NC State.
Branan Presents Agricultural Law Overview at Southern Outlook Conference
Associate Extension Professor Andrew Branan provided an agricultural law overview to the annual Southern Extension Economics Committee Outlook Conference in Knoxville, Tennessee.
18 Ag Institute Students Inducted Into Delta Tau Alpha Honor Society
On September 25, 2023, another class was inducted into the Delta Tau Alpha Honor Society. Delta Tau Alpha promotes academic scholarship and public service in the community.
Learning Journey to NC Coast Returns Value to Students
Students over fall break participated in a learning journey to North Carolina’s coastal communities to learn more about how resources are allocated, exciting discoveries in marine sciences and aquaculture and entrepreneurial practices in action.
Thinking Like an Entrepreneur: How Environmental Entrepreneurship Solves Resource Conflicts
What does thinking like an entrepreneur entail? This question was at the heart of the Environmental Entrepreneurship workshop hosted by the Center for Environmental and Resource Economic Policy.
Why Age 54? Agribusiness Clinic for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic Analysis Working to Increase the Market for Peanuts
The NC State Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Clinic is assembling teams to conduct taste panels to gain an idea as to why college-aged students are unlikely to purchase a bag of peanuts as their preferred snack item.
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.
ABM Office of Student Mentoring Expands Peer Mentoring Program
After a successful first year, the Office of Student Mentoring is excited to offer the Peer Mentoring program for Agricultural Business Management Majors again during the upcoming school year.