CEFS launches online Climate Change and Food System Innovation Hub

Media Contact: Janie Hynson Communications Manager janie_hynson@ncsu.edu [Raleigh, NC – September 25, 2020] — Today, on Global Day of Climate Action, the Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS) launched an online Climate Change and Food System Innovation Hub. CEFS is a partnership of North Carolina State University, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, [...]

2020-10-16T13:02:01-04:00September 24th, 2020|Agrophile, E-News, Press Release|

Farm Operations Manager: Small Farm Unit

This position of Farm Operations Manager is to work under the direction of the Small Farm Unit (SFU) manager and the Co-Director of CEFS at NC State to plan and manage the implementation of production, research, and field demonstrations at CEFS' Small Farm Unit.

2018-02-14T10:17:42-05:00September 14th, 2017|News|

Field Research Assistant

This position offers work with the Center for Environmental Farming Systems with a graduate student research project studying losses in vegetable crop in North Carolina.

2018-02-14T10:22:42-05:00April 28th, 2017|News|

Farm Manager, CEFS’ Small Farm Unit, Goldsboro

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.

2018-02-14T10:25:45-05:00December 16th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Hurricane Matthew Devastates Eastern North Carolina: Update from CEFS’ Field Research and Outreach Facility at Cherry Farm in Goldsboro

Water continues to be at record high levels and access to the livestock units (swine, dairy, and beef) is limited. We do have power and water pressure at those units which is a blessing. Currently, we are ferrying people in to milk and feed by boat. Milk is being dumped. Calving season has started (5 hit the ground today), with an expected 75-80 over the next two weeks. Water is now in the shop, service building, and possibly the office.

2017-02-22T17:26:24-05:00October 12th, 2016|Agrophile, News|

Silvopasture getting closer look in Southeast

Dr. Alan Franzluebbers didn’t go looking for silvopasture; the practice was waiting for him. The research ecologist relocated four years ago to a position with North Carolina State University’s Department of Soil Science. Having researched pasture systems for more than a decade in Georgia, Franzluebbers inherited a silvopasture study already underway at the Center for Environmental Farming Systems in Goldsboro.

2018-02-14T10:28:37-05:00August 31st, 2016|Agroforestry, Media Coverage, News|

Southern Cover Crop Conference Leads to New Resources and Excitement for Cover Crops

Over two days in July 2016, the Center for Environmental Farming Systems and Southern SARE hosted the first-ever Southern Cover Crop Conference. Researchers, farmers, extension agents, and natural resource personnel from across the Southern region gathered to learn about and discuss cover crops at CEFS’ Field Research and Outreach Facility at Cherry Farm in Goldsboro and the University of Mount Olive (UMO).

2016-11-26T09:31:02-05:00August 29th, 2016|Agrophile, Cover Crops|