Two blueberry researchers cross continents to forge a partnership aimed at improving what’s already considered a superfood.
Strawberry Season Arrives Early and in Abundance
With strawberry season set to peak at about the same time as COVID-19, North Carolina producers are taking steps to ensure that consumers have safe access to one of the state’s most popular crops.
Water Collaborative Makes Waves
Amid rising global concerns about water-related issues, a faculty-driven effort at NC State draws from a deep well of expertise to find and deliver solutions.
Oh, Christmas Tree
NC State Extension, the College of Natural Resources and the state agriculture department work together to literally seed the future of North Carolina’s Christmas tree farms.
Ambassador Visit Highlights Partnerships Near and Far
As the North Carolina Plant Sciences Initiative continues to take shape, partnerships between VIB, a Belgian life sciences institute, and NC State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences are growing.
Leadership and adventure were part of the package for two outstanding Agricultural Institute students who’ll be graduating soon.
Better Berries? Coming Up!
Three CALS scientists have won a four-year U.S. Department of Agriculture grant of $6.4 million to improve blueberries and cranberries to meet farmers' needs and consumers' interest.
More PEAS, Please!
NC State collaborates on a new research project designed to build preschool teachers’ STEM knowledge, skills and confidence.
Veterans on the Farm
Two former military couples use their North Carolina Farm School experiences to introduce other veterans to opportunities in farming.
Toward a Better Harvest: Cutting Farm-Level Food Loss
New measurement methods developed at NC State University give farmers a better understanding of how much edible and marketable produce they could be losing at season’s end – and how that affects their bottom line.