This project will bridge the gap between available industry jobs and a viable workforce, between rural high schools and NC State University, and between poverty and the possibility of prosperity. By providing a better work force for the bioproducts and bioenergy industry, it will help solve key problems in the areas of bioenergy, forestry, rural communities and biotechnology. It will be a long-term investment and improvement in the sustainability of the US agriculture and forestry-based industries in our state. Read the full article here.
Repost from College of Natural Resources Monthly News