Small Grains Field Day Goes Virtual
The Small Grains Field Day was supposed to happen on Wednesday, March 18, at the Piedmont Research Station in Salisbury. Everything that would have been presented in-person was instead recorded and published in videos – creating the Small Grains Virtual Field Day.
Two blueberry researchers cross continents to forge a partnership aimed at improving what’s already considered a superfood.
Management Program Helps Farmers Think Outside the Box
The Executive Farm Management’s 2020 program has seen 41 individuals across North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Virginia become exposed to new tools in areas of strategy.
What We Know – And Don’t Know – About Food Safety And COVID-19
What do we know about food and COVID-19? How do we know it? We have answers.
CALS Donates Protective Equipment, Supplies to Area Hospitals
CALS researchers donated truckloads of personal protective equipment including disposable gloves and N95 masks to area medical systems. Learn why two of them decided to give.
COVID-19 Resources for Alumni
The NC State Alumni Association has put together resources for members of the Pack who have been impacted by the coronavirus.
Alum Shows That Videos Can Promote Farm Tourism
In the midst of North Carolina’s thriving farm-to-fork movement, a recent graduate alumnus developed a series of videos that focus on the farmers behind some of the state’s best known local chefs. Bruno Ferreira, who earned his Ph.D. last fall […]
Special Delivery: Flowers from Raulston Arboretum
The JC Raulston Arboretum might be temporarily closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but you can still experience spring and all the beautiful blooms from the comfort of your home.
Extension COVID-19 Food Safety Resources Reach Far and Nationwide
Innovative thinking and the ability to rapidly deploy research-backed guidance has put NC State Extension food safety all over the map.
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.