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Ag Voices: College internships

By on February 20, 2013

Our Ag Voices series focuses on young people preparing for a career in agriculture. The series highlights what the students are learning in the classroom and how they plan to apply those lessons to future challenges in the agriculture industry

Ag Voices: An Ode to Bledsoe

By on January 28, 2013

Joshua Bledsoe, the NC FFA state agricultural education leader, was recently named chief operating officer of the National FFA Organization. Bledsoe will assume his new duties in Indianapolis in February. Our Ag Voices students have had the chance to work

Ag Voices: Students talk classes, farm bill and student teaching

By on December 12, 2012

Our Ag Voices series focuses on young people preparing for a career in agriculture. The series highlights what the students are learning in the classroom and how they plan to apply those lessons to future challenges in the agriculture industry

Ag Voices: Summer Update

By on July 30, 2012

Matt Currin, a participant in our Ag Voices series, has spent the summer learning more about North Carolina’s green industry as a full-time landscaper. In addition, he has volunteered with a summer camp, worked on his family farm and prepared

Ag Voices: Summer Plans

By on May 2, 2012

Our Ag Voices series focuses on young people preparing for a career in agriculture. The series highlights what the students are learning in the classroom and how they plan to apply those lessons to future challenges in the agriculture industry.

Ag Voices: Matt Currin

By on December 13, 2011

A few weeks ago, we checked in with the three N.C. State University students participating in our Ag Voices series as they finished up the first semester of their sophomore year. This week, we’ll post updates from Matt Currin, Alycia

Ag Voices: Starting from seed

By on October 3, 2011

Matt Currin, one of the students participating in our Ag Voices series,  started a nursery business with his father when we was still in high school. Now a sophomore at N.C. State University, he is in the process of growing