Stories From Jul 2019
Progression to total conservation tillage took time, but no regrets
Donny and Mark Lassiter are committed to conservation every step of the way.
State jobless rate remains unchanged at 4.1% in June
Walden: The state continues to add jobs, but two headwinds are at play — sluggishness of economic activity in the hurricane-impacted areas, and slowdowns in manufacturing and farming — partly due to the tariff skirmishes.
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.
IBM-Red Hat might not mean big number of layoffs
Walden: The two firms have already had a partnership, so they have been working together. Also, the merger announcement indicated Red Hat would remain a distinct unit, and its independence would be preserved
What do we do about the economy? Here are 3 choices
Is there a way to manage the economy and make it less turbulent?
Guide to Understanding & Evaluating Hemp Contracts in North Carolina
This guide provides a brief overview of common provisions currently offered in hemp contracts, as well as some provisions to be cautious of.