Hunters, gatherers, co-op successes, and pesticide failures. Plus more on what’s in Queen Bey’s bag.
The AP reports federal laws meant to protect farmworkers from pesticide exposure aren’t working, and the process to investigate incidents does little to help those who fall ill.
Workshops will explore how to build supply chain connections, how to tap into niche markets, and how to add agritourism to a working farm
Scientists warn of wheat blight, evidence points to new problems with plastic, and the New York Times takes a swing at NC’s ag-gag law.
Much of North Carolina’s wheat crop is susceptible to the blight that hit Louisiana and Georgia last year.
It turns out genetically modified salmon won’t be in grocery stores in the U.S. any time soon.
Confusion about “natural” food claims, good news for chickens, and a tool to chart your farming future.
The “Local Foods, Local Places” program will help develop a farmers market and other health and wellness programs for the town’s new central library plaza.
The program will allow farmers to receive up to $50,000 in low-interest loans to help with land and building purchases.
New bird flu fears, accolades for NC eats, and winter weather food safety tips. Also, snow cream.