Applications are now being accepted for a pilot program to grow industrial hemp for research in North Carolina.
The 25-page letter to the N.C. Department of Environmental Quality says it has not done enough to reduce stench, flies and other problems.
North Carolina's Supreme Court is setting up a whopper of a lawsuit to settle claims by 800,000 past and present tobacco farmers in five Southeastern states for a piece of $340 million.
The NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services has activated its toll-free hotline to help farmers affected by Hurricane Matthew connect with resources that can assist with recovery.
There's no question it's been hot here lately, but what does that heat mean for the local farms that bring food to your table?
This weekend you can journey back in time and learn about farming tools your ancestors used to harvest their crops.
The 6th annual Feast Down East Conference took place at UNCW today.
The Food and Drug Administration has come out with new safety rules for produce, and the goal is to prevent the kind of large-scale outbreaks of foodborne illnesses that occurred over the past decade.
Gov. Pat McCrory says he will appeal the federal government's decision refusing aid for eight coastal North Carolina counties for damage caused by heavy rains and flooding in late September and early October.
A grieving South Dakota family has one less worry as they mourn the loss of a loved one, thanks to the local farming community.