This June, more than 70 farms and restaurants will come together for the 10th annual Farm to Fork Picnic to celebrate the partnerships that have helped make the Triangle a food destination.
This position of the Sustainable Agriculture Internship Program Assistant (PA) is to assist in carrying out activities associated with the Center for Environmental Farming Systems' (CEFS) Sustainable Agriculture Internship Program from approximately May 31 – August 1.
NC 10% Campaign and RTI International Develop Online Dashboards to Illustrate Local Foods Spending Data in North Carolina
The NC 10% Campaign and RTI International teamed up to develop a series of online dashboards to help local farmers, consumers, businesses, and leaders make informed decisions about buying and selling local foods.
CEFS is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 CEFS NC State University Graduate Fellowship! The CEFS NC State Graduate Fellows Program was developed to provide financial support and recognition for the future leaders, researchers and contributors in sustainable agriculture and local food systems while they pursue academic research to further the field of study. One-year [...]
This past holiday season, shoppers were in for a special treat when they found frozen North Carolina shrimp at area Weaver Street Market (WSM) stores, just in time for end-of-year celebrations.
At NC State, horticultural science graduate student Lisa Johnson is shedding light on farm-level food losses and taking the first steps toward reducing them.
This position provides leadership to Cooperative Extension program efforts, coordinating and managing on-site projects at the Small Farm Unit (SFU). Management includes planning and managing the 30-acre land for production, research, extension/outreach, and demonstration activities.
North Carolina Leadership and Cattle Handling for Women Producers was recently featured on FarmHer, a show on RFD-TV that "shares the stories of the women who live and lead in agriculture."
We’re serious about changing the food system. With your help, we can do more.
Five questions with Gary Nabhan, ethnobiologist, nature writer, and agrarian activist.