Stories From Aug 2018
Michelle Grainger Presenting on EFM in Wilson on 9/5/18
Grainger will brief the Wilson AgriBusiness Committee on the expansion of the Executive Farm Management Program.
N.C. Farm School is Helping a Flower Business Bloom
Since its inception, the North Carolina Farm School has grown statewide and helped launch nearly 50 new farms in North Carolina.
Farm Succession Planning Workshop, Hendersonville, NC
ARE's Andrew Branan will be there to give a legal perspective on the intricacies of succession planning.
2018 Sample Tax Returns
Tax laws are always changing. See what your 2018 tax return could look like.
Discover NC Dairy
From inside a tractor can to the milking parlor in action, our new website takes you behind the scenes - and into every corner - of a modern dairy farm.
Branan Discusses PACA with Sweet Potato Growers
Andrew Branan, Extension Assistant Professor (of law), briefed grower and packer members of the North Carolina Sweet Potato Commission on the accounts receivable protections available to farmers under the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act.
Branan Encourages Lawyers to Take On ‘Heir Property’ Matters
Andrew Branan spotlighted in VA Lawyers Magazine: "Back to the Land: Nonprofit Wants to Connect Black Landowners to Lawyers."
New Multi-Modal Freight Transportation Map
The map shows the multi-modal freight transportation system is connected within the state.
Employment in NC Hits Record; Economist Says Job Growth Will Continue
North Carolina’s jobless rate remains slightly higher than the national 3.9 average, but Walden pointed out: “North Carolina’s growth is actually running ahead of national growth, primarily due to in-migration of workers and our strong business conditions.”
Tax Incentives Study: NC ‘Doesn’t Play the Game as Much as Most Other States’
Mike Walden's editorial explains tax incentives and their influence on companies like Amazon and Apple.