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The Possibilities of Precision Ag

Chad Rupe is a former Administrator of USDA’s Rural Utilities Service and current Managing Member with Rural America Strategies. …

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A "Connected" Farm Field Day

Getting broadband connectivity in rural areas of North Carolina is often a challenge. Having homes connected for reasons of …

Be a SPARK in the community. Businesses and cultural centers are vital to vibrant communities and as they recover we all have a role to play. SPARK stands for show Support, be Patience, Act with Respect and Spread Kindness. Show support by making a purchase or donation, like or follow in social media, and/or post a picture/video from visit to social media. Be patienct by preparing for longer waits, checking times and hours before visiting, and being flexible. Act with respect by following regulations of the location, being considerate of other patrons and living and let live. And spread kindness by remembering gratitude, letting people know when they do a great job and enjoying your outing! This campaign is provided by NC State Extension, Tourism Extension, the College of Natural Resources, the Mountain West Partnership and the CREATE Bridges project.

We Can All Be a SPARK!

This summer, travel is expected to have a significant rebound. Increased vaccination rates and associated declining numbers of COVID-19 …

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