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3 students crouch on ground while planting strawberries

NC State’s Edible Gardens

Discover NC State’s edible garden spaces and the wide range of benefits they offer to campus and the world.
NC State campus on a sunny summer day.

When Campus Becomes A Classroom

An applied learning program in sustainability provides real-world experience for dozens of students annually
A stack of coins and a wooden tile with a drawing of smokestacks illustrate the idea of greenhouse emissions taxes.

How To Craft an Optimal Unilateral Carbon Policy

Greenhouse gas emissions have global impacts, but solutions vary from country to country. A recent seminar explored the optimal policy for a fragmented world.
Staff, faculty and students throw wolfies in front of new battery energy storage system on Centennial.

Battery-Powered Savings on Centennial Campus

NC State boosts energy efficiency on Centennial Campus with the introduction of a Battery Energy Storage System.
a woman and man talk in front of clear tanks with snails

New Aquatic Conservation Laboratory Opens at Yates Mill

The environment just got a little more hospitable for some threatened and endangered aquatic species in North Carolina thanks to the grand opening of the Yates Mill Aquatic Conservation Laboratory.
Danesha Seth Carley works in a pollinator garden in front of the clubhouse at the Pinehurst golf course.

Let It Bee

Horticultural science professor Danesha Seth Carley helped reintroduce native plants to the Pinehurst No. 2 golf course for its 2014 men’s and women’s U.S. Open championships. Since then, she’s focused on bringing bees back to Donald Ross’s original design for the course.
Two young women sitting on garden planters laughing

BAE Educational Garden Opens to the Community

Graduate student Jasmine Gibson led the design and construction of a new campus garden, highlighting education and sustainable farming practices.