На главную
Результаты поиска “Ncsu agricultural building plans”
Building a Langstroth Hive @ NC State
Learning how to build a beehive is the first step to becoming a beekeeper.  This is a step-by-step demonstration of how to construct a standard Langstroth beehive to house a colony of honey bees. Sign up for ENT401: Honey Bee Biology & Management @ North Carolina State University nc state / distance education Link: http://go.ncsu.edu/honeybees To download a full transcript of this video, please follow: http://go.ncsu.edu/lsciwy
Просмотров: 16055 NCState
Homegrown | Growing Farmers to Feed Our Future
Reconnect with the food, landscapes and agriculture of North Carolina at https://cals.ncsu.edu/Homegrown. NC State Extension and the Breeze Farm Incubator, near Hillsborough, N.C., are addressing a growing need to develop future farmers, ensuring the long-term viability of our state’s leading economic engine and the availability of fresh foods and goods that feed and support our society. Every month, Homegrown will share new videos featuring tips and tools from our Extension experts in each of three categories: On The Farm, In The Garden and In The Kitchen. For more unbiased knowledge, resources and guidance on farming, home gardening and the safe preparation of the foods we all love, check out NC State Extension on: Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/NCExtension Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/NCExtension
Просмотров: 232 Homegrown from NC State Extension
All-Terrain Powerchair NCSU BAE Senior Design Engineering Project
TEAM 4X4 All-Terrain Powerchair North Carolina State University Biological & Agricultural Engineering Department Senior Design Engineering Project Project completed by: Jonathan Casey Josh Johnson Jon Harrell Matt Pace Madison Walters
Просмотров: 692 Jonathan Casey
NC State, NC 4-H Help Students Design their Dream
Sometimes serious interior design is just kid's play. NC 4-H invited students to design and create the freshest eco-friendly room ever, testing their design skills, re-purposing old stuff, and finding the hidden potential in someone else's junk, to create a cool space of their own during the inaugural 4-H Eco-Works Challenge, held during NC 4-H Congress. Edward Walker, a designer from TLC!s hit show Trading Spaces, was one of the event judges, and said the event gives students a tangible opportunity to pursue their designing dreams. Student designers selected to be part of the challenge had just 10 hours of real construction and design time to complete their rooms. For more information, visit: • NC 4-H Youth Development - http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/fourh • NC State College of Agriculture & Life Sciences - http://harvest.cals.ncsu.edu/indexmain.cfm • Edward Walker Designs - http://edwardwalkerdesigns.com Video by Natalie Hampton/CALS. Edited by Dave Pond for NC State University Communications.
Просмотров: 766 NCState
North Carolina State Legislative Building
Home of the North Carolina General Assembly, the building is unique because it is devoted solely to the legislative branch of state government. Throughout the building, provisions are made for easy public access and observation of the legislative process. © 2009-2017 Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau
Просмотров: 9933 visitRaleigh
Building a screened bottom board
How to build a screened bottom board Come visit my Store at https://danabeefarm.com/
Просмотров: 7617 Dana Bee Farm
Hoop House | Building
Просмотров: 76 NC State Campus Enterprises
Aquaponics System Farm North Carolina   Organic Produce
Aquaponics System Video Series http://goo2.be/easydiy Get the hole video serie and all the amazing books free here. Aquaponics try an extremely newer as a type of farming which has arisen through a variety of aquaculture and hydroponics. Aquaculture getting the rearing of seafood in a fabricated surroundings for example tanks or man created dams or lakes purely for consumption. Hydroponics needless to say is the growing of plants in a soil complimentary surroundings where in actuality the vitamins are usually given to the herb with the origins via a nutrient rich answer and can get grown sometimes inside or out. Hydroponics may be used to increase vegetables or blossoms. Aquaponics uses the standard of eating the fish, which in change through his or her waste products feed the greens making them grow resulting in both fresh vegetables and fish for your stand. Why Home Aquaponics? There are several main reasons why aquaponics produces a whole lot feel today. Because of the prices of beef, food and gas all going up it really looks like we might all like to develop our personal food organically right at room happier inside the understanding of exactly what have eliminated in it. But is it all too hard? Most of the elements necessary for residence aquaponics are particularly easy to get. Poly tanks, piping and pumps can all be procured quite easily from equipment sites. Veggie new plants are available at all nurseries and fingerlings ( baby seafood ) is generally procured from specialized fish retailers especially for utilization in aquaponics. All of that is required now could be a little area in the home, some water and also the right guidebook book or education that you'll get a hold of a website link to at the end of this short article to help you get started See all of our aquaponics system videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLymUN-q8c20jzGkIqLWdMTDI7T7GA3u7V aquaponics system https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAMQAdQSBwc
Просмотров: 695 Keenewle
Marketing plans for historic Greenville site could be economic catalyst
Marketing plans for historic Greenville site could be economic catalyst
Просмотров: 51 WNCT-TV 9 On Your Side
Small Scale Hop Yard Production, 2016 SAHC
This video contains content from the 2016 South Atlantic Hops Conference (March 5, 2016) that took place in Richmond, VA. These videos are designed to be educational resources for hop growers and stakeholders throughout the Southeast US. David Goode owns and operates Piedmont Hops, a small scale commercial hops operation in Moseley, Virginia. This video presents different trellis designs with information about installation, maintenance and equipment sourcing. Recording services provided by Marty Dougherty of B Chord Brewing Company. Check out his brewery and hop yard at https://www.facebook.com/bchordbrewing This conference was organized by Jeanine Davis, Kelly Gaskill and Margaret Bloomquist at North Carolina State University; Holly Scoggins at Virginia Tech; Laura Siegle at Virginia Cooperative Extension; Laban Rutto at Virginia State University; Devon Kistler of Huguenot Hops; David Goode of Piedmont Hops; and Stan Driver of Hoot’n Holler Hops. This conference was also made possible by Loudoun Breweries Association, Loudoun Virginia Economic Development, Old Dominion Hops Cooperative, Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, The Fertrell Company, Colonial Farm Credit, Orchard Valley Supply, Hermitage Hill Farm & Stables, The Lupulin Exchange, HopsHarvester, Highline Hops, Organarchy Organic Hops Supply, EcoDepot, Virginia Farm Bureau Federation, Hopstar Harvester, Brook House Farm, Greenmont Farm, and Shore Irrigation. Special thanks to Meghan Murray and Willian Kirby. Our hops research and extension program is funded by grants from: USDA Specialty Crop Block Grant administered through the NC Dept of Agriculture & Consumer Services North Carolina State University Plants for Human Health Institute Seed Funding Program USDA/NIFA 1890 Capacity Building Grant awarded to Virginia State University You can learn more about this NCSU hop research on our websites: http://ncherb.org and http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/fletcher/programs/nchops.
Просмотров: 1944 NC Alternative Crops and Organics
Bee Box Construction - DIY Spring Plan
Spring is on the way, and so is honey bee weather. As outdoorsmen, we know the importance of pollination and the ongoing discussion concerning the plight of honey bees. Toss in the honey and bees wax factors and having a bee hive seems a reasonable project. All it took this year to begin beekeeping was Jared to become interested, as I had already been considering having hives for quite some time. He provided that extra push. With the hive boxes being wooden, it gave me an excuse to work in the shop (which I would enjoy doing all day every day if given the chance). The design is simple, sides joined with dado, and glue and screw. We'll be painting them in some manner, still undecided at this time. Next shop day will be to construct the top and base for the bee box hive.
Просмотров: 45351 usframe
Va. Tech's seafood research center in Hampton plans to expand
Virginia Tech's Seafood Agricultural Research and Extension Center has supported the seafood and aquaculture industries (and consumers) in Downtown Hampton for more than 40 years. Now, says director Michael Schwarz, there's a plan to expand its research and educational capabilities with a new building that will tie into strategic plans for downtown.
Просмотров: 70 City of Hampton, VA
A Stirling Restoration!
This video shows the operation of an antique external combustion engine it was produced by the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering at North Carolina State University. The engine has been restored by Dr. Larry Stikeleather and students of the department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering. The engine belongs to the Antique Farm Machinery Exhibit at the NC State Fair in Raleigh, NC. The engine in the video is a pre-1920 Stirling hot air engine made by Heinrice Motors. This engine is very low power but versatile in that it can operate with many different external heat sources like charcoal, wood, coal etc. In the video the engines heat source is an LP gas burner. The engine has an air chamber with two pistons, a power piston and a displacer piston. A lever arm drives the displacer piston via a slider link going through the center of the power piston. The displacer piston moves air in the cylinder from the hot end of the cylinder to the cold end and back again. When the displacer piston pushes air into the hot end of the cylinder, it is heated and when the displacer moves this heated air back to the power piston (cold end) it expands against the power piston and that is what drives this external combustion engine. This antique engine restoration project ties in with our alternative fuels program here at NC State. We are interested in alternative sources of energy and the possibility of using and making alternative fuels. This engine was of interest to us because its an external combustion engine running on any source of fuel. We also restored this engine as a contribution to the antique farm machinery exhibit at the NC State Fair. We have modeled this engine in Pro/ENGINEER WF 4.0. This model allows us to animate of the mechanism and the pistons moving inside it. The displacer piston is the lower one. Dr. Stikeleather will be using this model in his engineering design classes to illustrate Pro/ENGINEER CAD modeling and kinematics of mechanisms. The Pro/ENGINEER animation is the last segment of this video.
Просмотров: 14804 NCState
Architectural Engineer Ag. Bio. Project 2012
This is the Career Project for Agricultural Biology 2011-2012
Просмотров: 54 ABCEnergy
Trapping videos
David Allen demonstrating his tire set at the NC Trappers Association Mountain Rendezvous, Elliott Family Farm, Lawndale, NC Visit our Patreon page..... Now and Forever on @patreon. #OnPatreon https://patreon.com/user?u=6893206&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=creatorshare2
Просмотров: 854 Then, Now and Forever
Tiny Home Build - Riparian Buffer Restoration - Educational Permaculture Campground
Today I do a quick update on our permaculture plans and the first tiny house build - Join me please! Riparian buffers are vegetated areas next to water resources that protect water resources from nonpoint source pollution and provide bank stabilization and aquatic and wildlife habitat. The formal definition of riparian buffer is diverse and depends on the individual or group defining the term. http://www.soil.ncsu.edu/publications/BMPs/buffers.html Rue: The Forgotten Herb https://www.heirloomgardener.com/plant-profiles/medicinal/rue-forgotten-herb-zmaz13wzsbak Growing Rue Herb – Tips For Rue Plant Care https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/rue/growing-rue-herb.htm At 3Canyons Permaculture farm - Oppenheimer Ranch Project we have designed our own revolutionary greenhouses that utilize passive and active solar technology via what some call the “climate battery”—a subterranean air-circulation system that takes the hot, moist, ambient air from the greenhouse during the day, stores it in the soil, and discharges it at night—that can offer tropical and Mediterranean climates at similarly high altitudes and in cold climates (and everywhere else). BOOM! Zephyr Industries Powervent 12V Battery Box Ventilation The 12V Power Vent battery box ventilation fan provides positive ventilation of hydrogen gas produced during charging of your battery bank. Available from altE. https://www.altestore.com/store/deep-cycle-batteries/ventilatorsbattery-fans/zephyr-industries-powervent-12v-battery-box-ventilation-p2287/?gclid=CjwKCAiArOnUBRBJEiwAX0rG_TR3zBznDKLqtNvRCLcJtWegXx-_CFKkAA8zi6vh7fBChQbndLLWHBoCNcQQAvD_BwE Support our work on Patreon and become a member of the project https://www.patreon.com/OppenheimerRanchProject The BEST greenhouse covering available! Read the science behind Solexx. Solexx is a unique twin-wall greenhouse covering material specially formulated by Adaptive Plastics, Inc, manufacturer of Solexx Greenhouses. When it comes to greenhouse plastic, Solexx greenhouse panels surpass other covering choices in insulation, light quality and longevity. You'll save money with healthier plants and lower energy bills. http://www.solexx.com/ http://oppenheimerranch.org http://3canyons.org 3Canyons Permaculture Farm on WWOOF-usa: https://wwoofusa.org/farm/3canyons/ Here is our campground info: https://www.hipcamp.com/colorado/three-canyons-blanco-river/three-canyons-blanco-river-camp http://oppenheimerranch@gmail,com Geothermal Greenhouse Update - Solexx Glazing Install - Foundation Fasteners - Join Us https://youtu.be/wVE4kc3_By4 Support our work on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/OppenheimerRanchProject One Time Donations: https://www.paypal.me/OppenheimerRanchProj Bitcoin: 17NV3vtcQhRnsRnjckCcYkKVEUcnirKQ62 Dtube: https://d.tube/#!/c/solarshutdown Steemit: https://steemit.com/@solarshutdown Please Visit Our Facebook Resources: Solar Shutdown: https://www.facebook.com/SolarShutdown/ Comet C/2017 K2 - Panstarrs: https://www.facebook.com/OppenheimerRanchProject/ Plasma Geology: https://www.facebook.com/Plasma-Geology-321021831434846/ Oppenheimer Ranch Project: An experiment in high alpine sustainability. https://www.facebook.com/oppenheimerranch/ Check Out Ice Age Farmer on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCI-Am0t4qQaP_Do9FwMWw3Q Please SUBSCRIBE to our channel if you enjoyed the content. Share this video with like-minded individuals
Просмотров: 1825 Oppenheimer Ranch Project
Forest Management at NC State University
Description of the Forest Management program at North Carolina State University by College of Natural Resources Ambassador Sylvia Weir.
Просмотров: 241 Sylvia Weir
Plant Sciences Initiative at NC State University
Dean Richard Linton discusses Plant Sciences Initiative at NC State University.
Просмотров: 220 NCStateCALS
Building beehive parts..
Sometimes it's just fun to build with friends. Here we do that and save a few bucks on needed gear. The parts we built saved an average of 30 dollars per hive.
Просмотров: 2934 Toadstead Project
The Advanced Ag Podcast: Episode 1
Join NC State BAE Assistant Professor Jason Ward for the first episode of the Advanced Ag Podcast. He's got two things going for him: He loves working with technology on the farm and he loves podcasts. Put those two things together and you've got The Advanced Ag Podcast. Guests: Terry Griffin (@spaceplowboy) of Kansas State University Brian Luck (black_bse_uw) at University of Wisconsin Topics: Impacts of Right to Repair and DMCA Planter Closing Wheel Impacts Weather Variability and Equipment Sizing Big, Disruptive Data and Agricultural Markets
Director's Update | N.C. Cooperative Extension Service (March 2016)
Dr. Richard Bonanno, director of the N.C. Cooperative Extension Service at NC State University, shares a monthly update for employees. Topics include the Connect NC bond, 2016 Extension State Conference, issues with the travel reimbursement system, and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences' (CALS) Collaborative Systems plan. Employees can submit feedback and questions for future updates directly to Dr. Bonanno at abonann@ncsu.edu. The Extension Service is NC State’s largest outreach provider, delivering research-based agricultural, food and youth development programs that create prosperity for all North Carolinians. NC State Extension and the Cooperative Extension Program at N.C. A&T State University form a strategic partnership known as N.C. Cooperative Extension, which also involves local, state and federal governments. Discover more at https://www.ces.ncsu.edu.
Просмотров: 29 NC State Extension Administration
Dr. Richard Bonanno Appointed Director of NC State's Extension Service
Dr. Richard Bonanno takes the reins as the new director of the N.C. Cooperative Extension Service and associate dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at NC State University as of February 1, 2016. Bonanno succeeds Dr. Travis Burke, who has held the position of interim extension director since July 2015, following the retirement of Dr. Joseph Zublena. The N.C. Cooperative Extension Service is NC State’s largest outreach program, with centers serving every county and the Eastern Band of the Cherokee. Programs focus on agriculture, food and 4-H youth development. Discover more at https://www.ces.ncsu.edu.
Просмотров: 156 NC State Extension Administration
7 Frame Medium Langstroth Hives and Why.
The reasons why I think outside the 10 frame box.
Просмотров: 39998 Ralph Jones III
Folks we are now on INSTAGRAM...GET SNEAK PEAKS BEFORE THE VIDEOS COME OUT...FOLLOW US HERE: instagram.com/stoneyridgefarmer --~-- THIS VLOG IN NO WAY IS A SLIGHT ON LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS...I AM A FORMER I RESPECT WHAT THEY DO AND WHO THEY ARE Today's Vlog has us investigating an accident that happened on the farm...someone crashed in the curve near my pond and ended up with the car in my pond....my dealings with a sarcastic young North Carolina State Trooper...and the final outcome of the entire ordeal. Leave me some comments tell me what you think? Have you ever had a member of law enforcement treat you like crap?
Просмотров: 124147 Stoney Ridge Farmer
Cultivating Community with Urban Agriculture
Check out what Inter-Faith Food Shuttle has been up to with our urban ag program, turning vacant lots into farms and gardens to build a more food secure, healthy community in Southeast Raleigh to make sure everyone has access to enough fresh produce and has the income for self-sufficiency. Video by Patrick Mustain. View the video project "Consuming Health (or not); True Stories of Health and Wellness" here: http://pmustain.webfactional.com/?page_id=334
Просмотров: 4705 Inter-Faith Food Shuttle
Farm Journal: Pioneer Plans to Raise the Bar in Soybean and Corn Production
Frank Ross, Pioneer vice president, North America Operations, discusses the changes in the seed industry and his companys commitment to increase corn and soybean yields by 40%. To learn more, visit www.FarmJournal.com.
Просмотров: 829 AgWebEditor
Beyond Vegetable Gardens
This video includes footage provided through Carteret County Horticulture Programs. Its focus is on small gardens both produce and plants, as well as beekeeping certification classes. To find out more about this and other topics, please contact your local NC Cooperative Extension Center or find us online at http://www.ces.ncsu.edu or visit NC Cooperative Extension Carteret County Center at http://carteret.ces.ncsu.edu/.
Просмотров: 271 NC State Extension
EcoPRT Overview
EcoPRT is a new personal transportation system designed to revolutionize transportation at shopping centers, college campuses, business parks, airports and both urban and suburban applications. The design goals of EcoPRT include light weight, small footprint and low installation and operation costs. Personal transportation represents a major pain point across the United States. Every metro area seems to face it. America's reliance on private automobiles causes the nation to spend trillions of dollars on expensive roadways and parking lots, not to mention the high cost of car ownership itself for nearly every adult in America. Why are there for are there so few public transit systems in the United States? And why is nearly every US city plagued with traffic? It has to do with convenience and cost. This bus system at NCSU is typical. The bus arrives at 10 to 20 minute intervals. The wait wastes time and is uncomfortable in bad weather. Therefore, people hate the bus. High cost and large size tend to discourage rail systems. Subway track can cost more than $100 million dollars per mile. Light rail track costs between $50 and $70 million dollars per mile. Even existing PRT systems have track costs around $10 million dollars per mile. At these prices it is nearly impossible to build a cost-effective and economically solution without large taxpayer subsidies. The goal of EcoPRT is to create a new, light-weight, low-cost transportation system with the smallest possible footprint, so that it can be installed almost anywhere on existing rights of way. With a target price of just $1 million dollars per mile of guideway, EcoPRT installs quickly and can be repositioned when needed. EcoPRT vehicles are small and lightweight with a target price of just $10,000 dollars each. Because of the small vehicle size, EcoPRT stations are also small an inexpensive. They can be located at close intervals, in existing parking structures and even inside buildings. Because of the low-cost and easy installation, EcoPRT systems are perfect for large shopping centers, college campuses, business parks, airports and both urban and suburban applications. Detailed simulation tools allow for proper sizing of systems to handle nearly any type of traffic load. Market forces grow the system. For example, imagine a pilot system installed at NCSU. Cameron village shopping center would like to have access to NCSU's 35,000 students, so they fund a spur. Bars and restaurants downtown want traffic too. North Hills Mall links up. Then Crabtree Valley Mall wants in on the action. Each location has its own unique economic reason for funding EcoPRT guideway. The fare structure reimburses construction costs over time. EcoPRT is based in Raleigh, North Carolina. We have already held meetings with the city of raleigh, wake county, NCSU campus architects, NCSU transportation, CAMPO, the chamber of commerce, RTP and John Kane at North Hills. The idea is naturally resonant with these groups. EcoPRT: Privately funded. Low cost. Profitable. Growing organically. Invest in the future of transportation. For more information visit http://EcoPRT.com
Просмотров: 3337 EcoPRT
re: search Magazine (2009) interview: Dr. Willie Willis
In the new Poultry Research Complex at the University Farm, Dr. Willie Willis is designing new research projects to assist North Carolina's most important agricultural industry. from Re: search, a Magazine of the Agricultural Research Program at North Carolina State University http://www.ag.ncat.edu/research/re_search3/Re%20Search%202006.pdf#page=6
Просмотров: 237 caesncat
2014 Johnston County Report to the People
The Johnston County office of North Carolina Cooperative Extension assists the citizens of Johnston County by offering a diverse selection of programs, including those for youth, elderly, homeowners, and farmers. This video describes some of the programs offered along with testimonials from program participants. To learn more and find out about upcoming programs, please visit http://johnston.ces.ncsu.edu. For more information on topics like this, please visit NC Cooperative Extension on the web at http://www.ces.ncsu.edu
Просмотров: 558 NC State Extension
Engineering Building 1 ThyssenKrupp Impulse Elevator
This is the ThyssenKrupp Impulse elevator in Engineering Building 1 at NCSU. I hadn't ridden in this particular elevator before today and did not realize that it had Impulse. It makes me happy though because Impulse is my favorite kind of fixture and I did not realize that there were any Impulse elevators at NCSU. The elevator itself runs pretty well except for a couple of horizontal lurches when it passes the landings. When I originally rode this, I thought it was traction since I couldn't hear a hydraulic motor/pump when it was going up. However, I investigated it further the other day and found that the area behind the elevator smells like hydraulic oil.
Просмотров: 154 Michael Marley
The GAP Audit: Part I of 5: GAPs for Medicinal Herbs- Suggested Good Agricultural Practices
Dr. Jeanine Davis and Margaret Bloomquist of the Dept. of Horticultural Science at NC State University, Jennifer Flynn of the NC Natural Products Association, NC Extension Agent Craig Mauney, and Ed Fletcher of Strategic Sourcing presented this training. Part 1 introduces you to the Blue Ridge Naturally Brand, provides an overview of the current Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) for fresh produce and how it relates to herbs, and the beginning of the session on suggested GAPs for medicinal herbs. This training was designed to be an educational resource for medicinal herb growers in Western North Carolina. **This program was made possible with funding from the WNC Agriventures Project, a federally funded Rural Jobs Accelerator Project managed through Land of Sky Regional Council, AdvantageWest, NC State University, and the Community Foundation of WNC. Other project partners include the NC Small Business Technology & Development Center and the NC Natural Products Association.
Просмотров: 525 NC Alternative Crops and Organics
Diversity in the Sandhills - Lighterwood Farm
Jesse Wimberly’s family farm has had fire use span five generations, which began in the Sandhills of North Carolina during the 1870s. Historically, the farm utilized fire to support their role in the turpentine industry. Burning was used to clear back the underbrush in an orchard to increase accessibility when new trees were tapped for turpentine. Fire was essential in obtaining turpentine, yet it was also a part of the Sandhills culture. Making sure structures were firewise and knowing how to fight wildfires was common knowledge during this time. To learn more about how to be firewise in your local community, please visit Firewise, http://www.firewise.org North Carolina State University http://go.ncsu.edu/efire http://ncsu.edu
Просмотров: 52 eFIRE PrescribedBurn
Purdue to build two new animal science buildings
Purdue to build two new animal science buildings
Просмотров: 65 WLFITV
NC Choices - Educational Programming on Local Meat for Farmers, Processors and Food Professionals
NC Choices is a program of the Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS) that advances local and niche meat supply chains in North Carolina by providing networking opportunities, educational programming and technical assistance for producers, meat processors, buyers and food professionals. CEFS is a partnership of NC State University, NC A&T State University and the NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
Просмотров: 1143 NC Choices
Winston Grows Community Garden
The programs NC Cooperative Extension offers today look a little bit different than they did in 1914 but the mission has never changed. Our clients tell our stories best. They are the ones whose lives are changed through their experiences with Cooperative Extension. We want to share some examples of how Cooperative Extension is changing lives and moving North Carolina forward today. Twenty five years behind a desk as a tax preparer sent an overweight Maria Mendez of Winston-Salem in search of a better way to eat and live. She turned to community gardens in 2008 for better food and healthier lifestyle. Ultimately, she turned to the Forsyth County Cooperative Extension for helping getting a garden started. For more information on topics like this, please visit NC Cooperative Extension on the web at http://www.ces.ncsu.edu
Просмотров: 91 NC State Extension
Online Landscape Architecture and Design
Landscape Architects at http://landscapeplanner.ca offer professional landscape plan creation packages to provide you with customized, professional plans for your property.
Просмотров: 5279 landscapedesigning
How To Write A Record Keeping Plan For Your Cannabis Business
Join us in this week's Thursday webinar from STRAINWISE® Consulting on record keeping plans for your cannabis business. For this educational hour, we will review a combination of multiple recording keeping pans that we use at STRAINWISE® Consulting to successfully help our clients win their cannabis licenses. Nothing we teach is based on theory but on years of actual operational experience. STRAINWISE® Consulting has written more than 200 applications with a close to 95% success rate so this information is worth your time. Learn more about how to build your cannabis business: http://www.strainwiseconsulting.com/sw-university For more about our services here: http://www.strainwiseconsulting.com
Просмотров: 12 STRAINWISE® Consulting
Building a Beehive Part 6   Installing Foundations
Installing foundations in the new frames.
Просмотров: 230 Elisha's Spring Farm
NC State Celebrates Morrill Act 150th Anniversary -- Provost Warrek Arden
Http://www.ncsu.edu Provost Warrek Arden speaks at NC State University's celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Morrill Act. President Abraham Lincoln signed the Morrill Act on July 2, 1862, putting into action the idea that, regardless of economic status, a college education should be available to anyone with the ability and motivation to earn a degree. N.C. State University — then the N.C. College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts — was founded under this act 25 years later and is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year. For a full transcript of this video please follow: http://go.ncsu.edu/provost_morill_act
Просмотров: 111 NCState
Beekeeping: Building 10 Unassembled Hive Boxes
In a previous video you saw me unbox all the unassembled bee hive boxes. Now I put them together. This is a fairly simple process. Come check it out, I'll show you how I did it. I would be honored for you to ►LIKE, ►SHARE and ►COMMENT on this video. Subscribe for more fun videos. Twitter: http://twitter.com/daddykirbs My G+ Community: https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/112427645369051645135 My Blog: http://daddykirbs.com/ Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/daddykirbs Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/daddykirbsfarm http://www.patreon.com/daddykirbs
Просмотров: 918 Blake Kirby
NC Modernist Houses | North Carolina Now | UNC-TV
Kelley McHenry introduces us to an organization called North Carolina Modernist Houses, a group dedicated to rescuing classic modernist homes from being destroyed. Many were built in the 1950-60s near North Carolina State University which gave the Tar Heel State the third largest concentration of modernist homes in the country.
Просмотров: 1104 NC Now
Neighbors continue fight against Chapel Hill ‘party barn’
Neighbors continue fight against Chapel Hill ‘party barn’
Просмотров: 223 CBS 17
NC Garden Coach Welcome Video
Thank you for visiting NC Garden Coach. We are passionate about food. The kind you grow without chemicals in your own back yard (or front yard) Real. Healthy. Nutritious. Simple. Food. We specialize in useful, edible landscaping, herb gardens, vegetable gardens, raised beds, insect repelling, deer resistant, flavorful, low maintenance gardens, landscapes and outdoor living spaces. Betty Houston is a horticulturist with experience in landscape design, installation, and consultation. She has 15 years experience working in the landscape and plant nursery business. Betty understands the soil, climate, and plant material that works (and doesn't work) in the Piedmont and Foothills regions of North Carolina. Betty's passion to have her own garden and edible landscape led her to build from the landscape perspective, to utilizing edible and useful plants into what would otherwise be "ordinary" landscapes. Some useful local resources include the following: An Edible Landscape - Home Garden - April 2013 - Charlotte, NC www.charlottemagazine.com Home & Garden Any plant that goes into my edible landscape has to meet these requirements: is it beautiful up close and from a distance? Does it have landscape interest at least two or three seasons a year? Does it produce enough harvest for fresh eating and preserving? Those guidelines—plus ease of growing—mean my small urban ... ‎Workshops · ‎Blog · ‎Sustainable Landscaping. Working With Us Edibles, How to Grow and Eat Well - Mecklenburg Extension Master ... https://www.mastergardenersmecklenburg.org/produce-your-produce-grow-guide.html Create an edible, attractive landscape by growing vegetables, fruits, and herbs mixed with your ornamentals. Producing your own produce is easy when you plan ahead and use good horticultural practices. For more information on home vegetable gardening, visit www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/hort/hil/pdf/ag-o6.pdf, Produce ... Peas for the Edible Landscape - Mecklenburg Extension Master ... https://www.mastergardenersmecklenburg.org/peas-edible-landscape.html Peas thrive on moderation. They want a Goldilocks garden, not too hot and not too cold. This makes growing Peas in Charlotte, known for our hot summers and erratic weather, a challenge worthy of a Master Gardener. Charlotte gardeners can take a chance.
Просмотров: 22 NC Garden Coach, LLC
Beekeeping - How to Make A Brood Box Or Honey Super
Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/madegoodorg?sub_confirmation=1 In this film we're going to show you how to construct a Honey Super or Brood Box for a national beehive. For more step-by-step guides like this one, head over to http://www.madegood.org
Просмотров: 40995 MadeGood.films
Moral Monday at the NC State Legislative building on June 16, 2014
Police telling everyone they have to leave or be arrested.
Просмотров: 111 Randy Emmitt
Appalachian Designs.wmv
Appalachian Designs with Lang Hornthal. WNC Forest Products Cooperative Marketing Project Partnership between the U.S. Forest Service, Land-of-Sky Regional Council, NC State Forest Service, Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project, NC State University, and Southern Forest Network to develop the WNC Forest Project. This video series is called "Stimulus Stories of Western North Carolina" and is an in-depth look at small businesses who received stimulus grants in 2010. It was created by Turner HD Media and NC State University.
Просмотров: 34 WNCForestProducts
Coach crash avoided on the M40 dash cam
62MPH 100KM to zero in seconds 12 tonne coach on the M40 oxford avoiding accident.
Просмотров: 429814 mike helm
N.C. Cooperative Extension Strategic Vision and Planning Initiative 2013-2014
Dr. Joe Zublena, N.C. Cooperative Extension Service director, introduces a momentous initiative Extension has launched to better position the organization, as well as its employees and stakeholders, for long-term success. Learn more about this effort at http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/vision-initiative.
Просмотров: 795 Plants for Human Health Institute
The Architecture of College | Morgan Parrish | TEDxNCSU
Ever consider how your physical surroundings impact your individual growth, development, or mood? Morgan Parrish's talk explores the effects of architecture on personal development and mental association. Morgan analyzes how the architecture of college campuses force students outside of their comfort zones prompting them to explore society, understand social norms, and define a personal identity. Morgan Parrish is a sophomore at NC State, within the College of Design's School of Architecture. Morgan is attending school in the hopes of one day creating buildings that impact lives for the better. She hopes to design spaces that connect visitors with each other, their inner selves, and the vast world God has placed them in. Aside from her schooling, she serves as the Chapter Coordinator for the Raleigh Chapter of Architecture for Humanity. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Просмотров: 74 TEDx Talks