NC State Dining Executive Chef Adam Smith Relies on Agroecology Education Farm Crops
“Whatever’s in season, we try to fold that into our menu items and our offerings daily, to showcase that it’s as local as it gets.”
2018 Willie Woltz Lecture Series
Join us April 11 and 12 for the 2018 Willie Woltz Lecture Series featuring Dr. Harold Van Es - Professor: Cornell University
2018 Wernsman Seminar Offers Tropical Flavors
“[NC State] students are enthusiastic. It’s energizing!”
Weed Science Society of North Carolina Annual Meeting Awards
We are pleased to announce the following award winners at the 36th Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of North Carolina. Congratulations to all!
Crop and Soil Sciences hosts Soil Science Society of NC’s Annual Meeting
“To increase and disseminate knowledge of soils of the State and their uses.”
Vendor Registration Open for NC State’s Earth Fair
This outdoor expo is one of the largest Spring events on campus — the perfect place to generate leads for your organization, business or cause.
Agroecology Education Farm and NC State Dining – A Perfect Pairing
In the decade since NC State University’s Agroecology Education Farm was created, it has grown much more than produce. It’s also grown a healthy partnership with NC State Dining that helps students connect the food on their plates to the importance of agriculture
Registration Open: Event For Young Women In Agriculture
A national event for young women interested in agriculture careers is coming to campus.
Drs. Heitman, Duckworth introduce Soil Sciences to Research Experience Undergraduates
Many undergraduate students are not aware of soil science coursework or how it relates to majors like chemistry, engineering, or biology. Dr. Joshua Heitman and Dr. Owen Duckworth decided to change this by providing these students an opportunity to do research in soil science.
International Agricultural Cropping Systems presents “Training the Next Generation of Coffee Producers & Consumers via Innovation & Entrepreneurship”
Visiting students and instructors from SENA in Colombia will explore our local culture and have classroom exchanges with Crop and Soil Sciences Department students; and at the Global Training Institute on Centennial Campus, they will present the first symposium on coffee and cocoa research with other students, faculty, and businesses current topics related to coffee research and coffee culture.