Rural Life Got Healthier, Thanks To Minnie Brown: CALS Archive, 1971
A poignant look at 1960s-era rural North Carolina – through the eyes of Extension pioneer Minnie Miller Brown as she worked to create change.
Science, Translated: Go With Your Gut
Poultry Science's Marissa Herchler explains how she uses deep-learning algorithms to study turkey diets – and might just help your stomach ache.
“A Million Decisions A Week”: 5 Questions With NCFIL’s Bill Aimutis
The director of the new North Carolina Food Innovation Laboratory dishes on his big dream for the facility, its potential economic impact and more.
4-H’ers Help Heal After Hurricane
From dramatic animal rescues to overwhelmingly successful children's book drives, our state's 4-H'ers lived up to their motto after Hurricane Florence: clear thinking, greater loyalty – and larger service.
How A Widow Saved A Family Farm (With A Little Help From Extension)
High school sweethearts David and Lisa Glosson were partners in everything from 4-H leadership to dancing the two-step. Then he passed away, leaving her heartbroken – and worried she’d lose the 35-acre cattle farm that had been in his family for generations.
Meet Our New Faculty
We're in our final year of the most aggressive hiring phase in CALS history. It's a three-year push to bring in 90 new faculty members – almost a third of our faculty total. Here's our first 74.