Photo from the Listening Session Powerpoint
Back in early January I told you about the NC State University College of Agriculture & Life Sciences Listening Sessions that are being held across the state. These are designed for the public to share with our new Dean, Richard Linton, what they think the college should be doing to serve the citizens of North Carolina. You can read about what people have said at these sessions already. But most importantly, you should plan on attending one. If you want NC State University working on specific problems or issues, say so!
There are two more sessions left:
February 8: Western North Carolina Ag Center, Virginia Boone Center, 1301 Fanning Bridge Road, Fletcher, 8-10 a.m. | invitation and registration
February 8: Madison County Extension Center, 258 Carolina Lane, Marshall, 4-6 p.m. | invitation and registration
Here is all the information, including summaries and photos from the ones that have already taken place: Listening Sessions. You want to see more research being done on organic agriculture or medicinal herbs or how to control diseases or whatever, this is your chance to tell the folks who make those decisions!
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