Congratulations: Treme Selected as a CALS Outstanding Teacher
Julianne has added great value to the ABM undergraduate program by developing new courses and being a leader who advocates for excellence in undergraduate programs.
Are Greater Cattle and Grains Production the Solution to the Coming Worldwide Hunger Catastrophe?
Is “more food” the answer? This study uses World Bank data and path/structural equation modeling to determine the veracity of this position versus another.
Hemp Law 101: The Regulation of Industrial Hemp
Topics include: the legal history of hemp; the need to clarify laws for farmers, producers and consumers; the impact of the 2018 Farm Bill; and remaining limitations.
Registration Open for the 2020 Executive Farm Management Program
Space is limited. Learn more today.
NC Farm School 2019, a Class to Remember
Check out this video of NC Farm School in the field as well as interviews with recent Farm School graduates.
The Sustainable Management of Privately-Owned US Forests
An article published in Agricultural and Research Technology analyzed the population of woodland owners and made suggestions for extension outreach best practices.
Walden: Now is the Time to Ask for a Raise
A long, slow growth of the economy is worrisome for those who wonder when it will end. Until then, NC State economist Mike Walden says, workers have the upper hand in a tight labor market.
Coit and Post Teach First Industrial Hemp Class at NC State
The inaugural class gave students the knowledge they need to become hemp entrepreneurs.
Van der Hoeven Chairs National Farm Income Tax Extension Committee
Guido played a key role in developing clear instructions for agribusiness tax-payers.
Blockchain in the Food Supply Chain
This issue of the NC State Economist answers the question: What is blockchain and how does it affect agriculture?