The student-led aquaponics program in Talley Student Union was recently showcased on WNCN News. […]
You may not think you’re interested in the stink bug, until you learn how they can damage some of your favorite types of tree fruits, vegetables and nuts. […]
The Technician newspaper highlights NC State’s on-campus food pantry. […]
Cassava is a vegetable that accounts for more than a third of human calorie consumption in Africa. But what disease is leading to major losses of this crop? […]
One of this summer’s most eye-catching additions to Talley Student Union is a student-designed system of bins, pipes, fish and lettuce that showcase one of the state’s fastest-growing agriculture practices.
In mid-June […]
On the door of Dr. Dean Hesterberg’s office in Williams Hall is a sticker that reads, “I heart soil.”
That simple phrase sums up the driving motivation behind his more than […]
This Spring in an NC State research greenhouse amid hours of seed germination measurements and soil samples, Sarah Yim unearthed a new career direction.
A second-year environmental science major, Yim recently […]
When some immigrants and refugees move to the United States, they come with no more than a suitcase. Entering a culture that’s often times so profoundly different than their homeland, […]
This year a group of students at NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) have been busy as bees establishing a habitat for bees and a community garden on campus.