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Get the Scoop on Sustainable Composting
NC State’s Engineering Sustainable Composting and Outreach Program ((e)SCoOP) is bridging research, education and community engagement with support from the Sustainability Fund.
Food Lion Makes Generous Donation to Feed the Pack Food Pantry
On Monday at the Pack Essentials Hub, Food Lion Director of Operations Delony Spraggins presented a big check for $50,000 to Pack Essentials leaders. That donation was critical in setting up the Feed the Pack Food Pantry’s new location with necessary shelving and refrigeration equipment.
Ensuring Sustainability and Food Security in Perpetuity
Michelle Schroeder-Moreno, Endowed Distinguished Chair in Sustainable Community-Based Food Systems, reflects on what’s next for the Center for Environmental Farming Systems.
Robots, Researchers and Resilient Agriculture
Chris Reberg-Horton was recently named the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation/W.K. Kellogg Distinguished Professor in Sustainable Community-Based Food Systems.
NC State Scholars Program Fosters Food-Focused Future Vets
Through its Food Animal Scholars initiative, the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine equips veterinarians-in-training to produce healthy food that nourishes and fuels North Carolina.
Agritourism: Benefiting Farmers + Communities
Learn why farmers, entrepreneurs and the next generation are utilizing creativity and ingenuity to draw visitors—and profits—via experience-led agriculture.
A Hive of Expertise
For thousands of students and beekeepers, North Carolina State University Professor John Thomas Ambrose taught lessons not just about bee biology and behavior but about...
One Oyster At A Time
In the spring of 2020, North Carolina Cooperative Extension specialist Jane Harrison launched the NC Oyster Trail, a grassroots network of oyster growers and fishers;...
Unleashing Plant Power
Chinmayee Panda was in her early 20s, living in Davidson, North Carolina, about 8,000 miles from her home in India, and eager to pursue a...
Gage Secures $1.9M NIH Grant to Study Gene-Environment Interactions
Joe Gage from the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences will lead the NIH-funded Genomes2Fields Initiative to study the interplay between corn varieties and their environments.