For “Almanac Gardener,” the questions keep coming: How do I get rid of moles and voles? Which grasses are the best for lawns around here? How can I avoid blossom end rot on my tomatoes? … Over the 32 years that UNC-TV and Cooperative Extension at NC State University have worked together to produce the 30-minute how-to horticulture show, viewers have posed literally thousands of questions.
Mike Walden considers which of the two Carolinas could have an edge on the economic scorecard – and why.
Wondering what to do with all those fresh veggies from your garden? North Carolina Cooperative Extension's Grow It, Eat It series provides growing tips and cooking ideas for home gardeners interested in making the most of their gardens' bounties.
More than 430 people were on hand earlier this week when the Cooperative Extension staff in Watauga County was honored for its contributions to economic growth in Western North Carolina.
Rather than being regarded as a secondary economics statistic, productivity numbers should be front and center and on everyone’s radar, says Mike Walden, as he explores the current economic mystery of lagging productivity and low growth in worker pay.
Hundreds of farmers, chefs and industry leaders will convene in Winston-Salem on Oct. 12-13 for the fourth annual Carolina Meat Conference, the largest local and pasture-based meat event in the country.