Collaboration Leads to Campus Bee-Saving Effort

Collaboration Leads to Campus Bee-Saving Effort

This past summer, there was a buzz around NC State’s James B. Hunt Library that wasn’t exactly ideal. A swarm of wild bees — about the size of a basketball […]

Student Creates Campus Pollinator Garden

Student Creates Campus Pollinator Garden

If you have played through NC State’s Centennial Campus disc golf course, the start of hole four probably didn’t stand out as much more than an eroded slope.

But now — […]

Does Biomass Harvest Affect Wildlife?

Does Biomass Harvest Affect Wildlife?

What impact on wildlife does the making wood pellets for heating have? An NC State graduate student explores this sustainability question. […]

Pollinators Welcome Here

Pollinators Welcome Here

The home of the Wolfpack is also becoming a home for pollinators.

That’s the intent of numerous NC State students, staff and faculty, who are driving an effort to create food […]

NC State Researcher Unearths Soil’s Impact On Human Health

NC State Researcher Unearths Soil’s Impact On Human Health

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 […]

EcoVillage students use campus turf to research compost benefits

EcoVillage students use campus turf to research compost benefits

For NC State student Andrew Harrell, spring break kickstarted an opportunity to think and do on campus.

During a March 2014 sustainable planning and urban development exploratory trip to Boston with the […]