‘The Best Decision’
Experiences at NC State lead CALS alumna Tiayonna Liska on an unlikely path to educational entrepreneurship.
Goodnight Scholars to Join CALS
Four new students will explore their interests in biochemistry, sustainable agriculture, plant biology and horticulture, with support from a full-tuition scholarship.
CALS Alum and Professor Recognized for Nursery Industry Impacts
Two horticulturists with ties to NC State are honored for ways they've helped enhance the Southern nursery industry.
A Tale of Two Gardens
Research-based knowledge, creativity, hard work and enthusiasm come together in county Cooperative Extension demonstration gardens throughout North Carolina. This is the tale of two of those many gardens and how they serve their communities.
Garden Festival for All Ages! Learn, shop, get great ideas, and enjoy gourmet treats while supporting your JC Raulston Arboretum. We’re rolling out the red carpet for home gardeners, families, and children by offering a day that’s packed with garden […]
JC Raulston Arboretum’s New Grand Entrance Open Every Day of the Year
Fun for people of all ages and free to the public, NC State's JC Raulston Arboretum is ready to debut its unique new pedestrian gate.
Horticulture team ranks high at national competition
From landscape design to small engine repair, NC State horticulture students demonstrated their wide-ranging expertise and nabbed some of the top honors at the 40th Annual National Collegiate Landscape Competition from March 16-19 at Mississippi State University. The team placed seventh overall of […]
All-America Selections Breeders Cup Award presented to Dr. Randy Gardner
Gardner is a renowned tomato breeder, with more than 32 years’ experience at the Mountain Horticultural Crops Research and Extension Center in Mills River.
Tom Ranney named JC Raulston Distinguished Professor
The goal of the professorship is to enhance the global research, teaching and extension programs in the Department of Horticultural Science, with a special emphasis on the JC Raulston Arboretum.
Built for use
New and renovated flora and fauna research facilities will bolster college programs that support the state’s economy.