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EEOI Training at N.C. Research Campus (August 27-28, 2012)

An Equal Employment Opportunity Institute (EEOI) training is being offered at the N.C. Research Campus. N.C. requires that all newly appointed managers and supervisors at a state agency or university attend the EEOI training within the first year of employment.

N.C. Research Campus Catalyst Group

Researchers from the Plants for Human Health Institute (PHHI) will take part in the first N.C. Research Campus Catalyst Group on April 12, 2012. Participating PHHI researchers include Dr. Allan Brown and Dr. Sirius Li.

Southeast Strawberry Expo 2011

The Southeast Strawberry Expo heads to the Raleigh-Durham area from November 6-8, 2011. This year's event will take place at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel in Durham. The Expo traditionally offers workshops, a farm tour, a trade show and educational sessions.

2011 International Workshop on Anthocyanins

The Plants for Human Health Institute will host the 2011 International Workshop on Anthocyanins from September 11-14, 2011. This will be the first time the event takes place in North America.

Get a Taste of This!

Join The Produce Lady and the Triad's top chefs in celebrating local foods at the first ever "Get a Taste of This!" event in Greensboro. More than 10 area chefs will prepare regional dishes using fresh, local produce and meats.

Got to Be N.C. Festival

Join The Produce Lady team and representatives from the N.C. Strawberry Project will be there, as well as friends and family, for three days of down-home celebration North Carolina-style at the 2011 Got to Be N.C. Festival. Coming to the State Fairgrounds in Raleigh the weekend of May 20, the festival will put North Carolina agriculture on full display along with a generous dash of music and fun for everyone.

The Produce Lady Resources Webinar

The Produce Lady program provides resources that promote N.C. grown fruits and vegetables. Join our team for a webinar where we'll share ideas for using these resources with your clientele, such as farmers and consumers.

Strawberry High Tunnel Workshop

Join strawberry experts from N.C. State University and N.C. Cooperative Extension for a Strawberry High Tunnel Workshop at the Piedmont Research Station in Salisbury, N.C. on Wednesday, November 17. Highlights include updates on strawberry growing research, the N.C. State strawberry breeding program, predatory mites and a taste test competition between ‘Albion’ strawberries from the Piedmont and the mountains.