EFM Raleigh Week: January 27 – February 2, 2019
The Executive Farm Management Program will hold its second of three sessions next week in Raleigh, NC.
Grainger Thanks Board of Directors for Georgia Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association
Michelle Grainger, Managing Director of the Executive Farm Management Program, thanked the board for their support during the program's expansion into SC and GA.
CALS and EFM Alumni Nominated as Outstanding Young Farmers
Brandon Batten attended the 2017 Executive Farm Management Program and he and Jessica are both CALS alumni. They are excellent examples of "Think and Do."
EFM Alumni Gather to Discuss Past and Present
Alumni from the 2017 Executive Farm Management Program gathered in Wilson, NC on November 7, 2018 to reminisce on the past and look ahead to the future.
Executive Farm Management Program Expanding in 2019
The Executive Farm Management Program that started in North Carolina is growing, with some of the Southeast’s leading management experts joining the NC State and East Carolina University team that launched the program last year.
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.
Brown Appointed to WH Council of Economic Advisors
Dr. A. Blake Brown joined the Council of Economic Advisors at the White House on August 1st.
2019 Executive Farm Management Program Registration is Now Open
Do you want to grow your business? Don't delay, register today for our 2019 program.
ECU Collaboration Supports Sustainability for N.C. Farms
Instructors from ECU's College of Business joined event organizer NC State University in developing and delivering content to help large family-owned farmers strengthen their business management skills, meet the demands of the global market and gain a competitive advantage.
AgClips Showcases Executive Farm Management Program
The science, technology and business of farming in the 21st century are changing rapidly, and to compete on a global scale, farmers need to know not just how to grow a good crop but how to effectively lead complex, management-intensive operations.