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Richard Bonanno, NC State Extension Service director

Welcome Events for
New CES Director Dr. Bonanno

View a list of welcome events for employees to meet Dr. A. Richard Bonanno, the new Extension Service director and associate dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at NC State.

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Richard Bonanno, NC State Extension Service director

Welcome Events for
New CES Director Dr. Bonanno

View a list of welcome events for employees to meet Dr. A. Richard Bonanno, the new Extension Service director and associate dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at NC State.

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Hen under close scrutiny at FFA poultry evaluations at the State Fairgrounds.

Avian Flu Response
Resources for Agents

Extension and NCDA&CS are working together to develop a response plan for Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI). Find guidance and resources for addressing questions from producers, the general public and the news media.

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N.C. farmer standing in his soybean field.

Connect NC: Investing
in our Future

When North Carolina needs solutions, NC State takes action. That’s as true today as it was when the university’s first class met in 1889. Our historic strengths in agriculture and engineering have greatly benefited the state, and they’ve been the results of the state’s investment. The Connect NC Bond is an opportunity for voters to reinforce that historic relationship. And it’s more than that: The bond will fund vital improvements to North Carolina universities and community colleges, state parks, agriculture, the North Carolina Zoo, water and sewer infrastructure, National Guard facilities and more. The proposed bond projects would have a profound impact on every part of the state. Visit The Connect NC Bond | NC State for more information on the bond’s impact.

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Greene County Extension Office

Greene County Cooperative Extension office will be closed on Friday, January 15, 2016 due to a mandatory county wide furlough day.  Greene County Extension office will reopen on Tuesday, January 19, 2016 at MORE »

eXtension is Recruiting!

The NEW eXtension is recruiting for 200 individuals working in either Climate or Food Systems to join their i-Three Issues Corps in 2016. See the blog post with details. This will be a great opportunity MORE »

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