Economic Perspective: How to Think About Starting a Business?
What should people be looking for when thinking of starting a new business?
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.
Community Gardens Connect, Teach and Feed Us
Each year, NC State Extension Master Gardener℠ (EMG) volunteers share research-based information and promote sustainable gardening practices through community projects across North Carolina.
A Sheep-ish Exit: Dan Campeau Retires
In December, NC State Extension and PDPS said goodbye to Dan Campeau, as he retired after 32 years with Extension. Learn how he's staying busy.
Homegrown Monthly Digest | Feb 2020
Whether it’s exploring miles of fertile farmland and fresh produce at the farmers market, or discovering flowers blooming in the backyard and nutritious foods cooking in the kitchen, Homegrown has you covered. Read the February rundown.
Economic Perspective: States People Liked to Move to in 2019
With some of the data from 2019 coming in, how popular were certain states in regards to how many people moved into and out of them.
Prescribed Burns Benefit Bees
Freshly burned longleaf pine forests have more than doubled the total number of bees and bee species than areas that have not burned in over 50 years, according to new research from North Carolina State University.
My Degree ‘Opened Doors for Me’
Student Caleb Beavers shares advice to prospective students and how earning his Agricultural Business Management degree has opened doors for him.
FoodCon: Celebrating the Food and Agribusiness Community
FoodCon brings together students, community members and business professionals who share a common interest in the sustainable food industry.