Ask a Farmer: Why are CSAs important?
We asked fifth-generation North Carolina farmers David and Cheryl Correll about why community supported agriculture is so important.
North Carolina Clothing Company Descalza Donates Face Masks to Farmworkers
For every face mask sold, Descalza donates another to a farmworker in North Carolina.
Ask a Farmer: Why Is It Important To Introduce Children to Agriculture?
We asked Robeson County Farm Bureau Board member Michelle Shooter why she believes it's important to introduce children...
These Farm Families Have Been Feeding North Carolina for More Than a Century
North Carolina's Century Farm program celebrates its 50th year of honoring families who have owned or operated a...
Flat Farmer Educational Program Teaches Kids About Agriculture
The Flat Farmer Educational Program gives students across North Carolina the opportunity to learn about agriculture by visiting...
Safety Matters on North Carolina Farms
Our North Carolina farmers work hard to provide the food that we eat – so we need to...
Ask a Farmer: How Does Trade Affect Your Farm?
Eighth-generation Hoke County farmer Kelly Archambault talks about how international trade affects her North Carolina row crop farm.
How One Couple Is Engineering a Better Farm
Brandon and Jessica Batten use their engineering degrees to enhance productivity and conservation practices on the farm.
Ask a Farmer: How Are You Diversifying Your Operation?
Corey Lutz talks about how he and his family are diversifying their operation to allow another generation to...
Caring for Pigs Brings the Generations Together at This Family Farm
Several big-city job offers might have fit James Lamb’s agricultural engineering degree, but they didn’t satisfy his love...