Evelyn McAdam: Weaving the Fabric of Sustainable Agriculture
Evelyn McAdam, a junior Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems major, conducted a research fellowship in Amanda Cardoso’s crop physiology lab, researching flood response in fiber hemp.
Schroeder-Moreno Appointed as CEFS Director
Professor Michelle Schroeder-Moreno has been appointed director of the Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS) after serving as interim director following Nancy Creamer's retirement.
Online Seminar: Dr. Alan Franzluebbers
Agroecological Pursuits in Soil Management: The First Half of the Last Half Dr. Alan Franzluebbers, USDA Professor, Dept of Crop and Soil Sciences The Zoom room opens at 3:30 and the seminar begins at 3:40. Contact CropAndSoil@ncsu.edu for Zoom […]
Student Spotlight: Mary Grace Phillips, Full-Time Student & Healthcare Worker
We talked with Mary Grace Phillips, a Crop and Soil Sciences undergraduate, about experiencing the COVID-19 fight first-hand. She is a junior majoring in agroecology and community food systems while working full time in the healthcare field.
Agroecology Students Build Sustainable Food Forest
The Agroecology Education Farm at NC State has an exciting new project taking root, which will offer long-term opportunities for students and the NC State community to learn about the sustainable cultivation of fruit trees.
Agroecology Professor Receives National USDA Teaching Award
NC State’s Department of Crop and Soil Sciences congratulates Michelle Schroeder-Moreno, professor of Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, for receiving the USDA National Excellence in College and University Teaching Award for Food and Agriculture Sciences.
Student Spotlight: Young Minds of International Horticultural Science
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.”
Reuben Wilson’s Long and Winding Road Leads to his Academic Home: Soil
“What I’ve always wanted to do is help the North Carolina farmer. My dad, my friends’ fathers, people I’ve worked for; they’re some of the hardest working people in the state, and if I can use what I’ve learned here to assist them in any way possible, that’s my ultimate goal.”
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