Nash Community College Small Business Center Awarded for Innovation

Why measure crops you’ve already decided aren’t worth harvesting? We can give you one good reason. Our team learned several leftover crops on North Carolina farms were of high enough quality to sell profitably. On the flip side, we also learned some crops wouldn’t justify the cost of sending the harvest crews back in.

2019-12-11T08:26:58-05:00December 11th, 2019|Media Coverage, News, Whole Crop Harvest|

We have partnered with food marketing coach Jill Willett to offer this special webinar to the NC Choices community. When it comes to successfully marketing your meat business, there are six key areas that need some seeeeerious attention.

2018-02-20T19:23:58-05:00February 20th, 2018|NC Choices|

NCGT Apprentices Have Real World Impact at Seal the Seasons

When Claire McLendon accepted NC Growing Together's  summer Local Food Supply Chain Apprenticeship in 2016, she had no idea it would actually lead to a two-summer apprenticeship and then a full-time job. 

2018-09-15T08:40:25-04:00October 24th, 2017|NCGT News|

NC Growing Together Partners with Piedmont Triad Regional Council on GIS Update of NC Local Food Infrastructure Inventory

September 2017 -- NC Growing Together has partnered with the Piedmont Triad Regional Council (PTRC) to host a GIS update of the North Carolina Local Food Infrastructure Inventory.  NC Growing Together originally established the Inventory in 2014 as a tool for food and farming businesses to understand the competitive landscape and find business partners. [...]

2018-09-15T08:46:24-04:00September 20th, 2017|NCGT News|