Our resourceful Extension specialists deliver research into local, regional and global communities to solve environmentally-based problems. From pollinator work to pesticide safety, we increase stakeholder knowledge, disseminating information through workshops, seminars and information sheets and booklets.
We apply our knowledge to advance science and develop solutions that address environmental challenges.
Pollination is one of the leading ecosystem services in both agricultural and natural ecosystems, and the challenges that pollinators have been facing are some of the leading issues of our time. Our Extension programs address various needs in beekeeping, habitat management for wild pollinators, and bee identification.
Learn about how we protect pollinators
Fish Consumption: What You Need to Know
Most freshwater fish in North Carolina are safe to eat, but some fish in some waters are unsafe due to high levels of pollutants in the waterbodies. We have compiled advisory information on what you need to know about eating freshwater fish in North Carolina.Learn More