The N.C. Strawberry Project is a partnership of N.C. State University's Plants for Human Health Institute and Johnson & Wales University in Charlotte. This project received support from the Golden LEAF Foundation.
Strawberry season lasts four to six weeks in North Carolina. It begins in the coastal area in early April, in the Piedmont in late April and in the mountains in late May.
Strawberry Battle Crowns Grand Prize Winner
(May 31, 2011)
Scientists, Chefs Team Up to Build a Better Strawberry
(April 1, 2011)
“Chefs-of-Tomorrow” Visit Local Farm to Learn About Agriculture
(March 30, 2011)
Strawberry Breakfast a Sweet Start to Valentine’s Day
(January 28, 2011)
Students Battle in Strawberry Cook-off Competition
(November 4, 2010)
Plant Breeder and Chef Team Up, Introduce Project at Southeast Strawberry Expo
(November 2, 2010)
Scientists, Chefs Cook Up Partnership to Grow N.C. Agriculture
(September 13, 2010)
Project Backgrounder (PDF)
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N.C. Strawberry Project Videos
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