Horticulture Video Training Resources
Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS)
The Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS) develops and promotes just and equitable food and farming systems that conserve natural resources, strengthen communities, improve health outcomes, and provide economic opportunities in North Carolina and beyond.
Composting & Vermicomposting
Consumer and Urban Horticulture
A variety of urban and consumer horticulture web, video, print, email, teaching tools, and resources prepared by the Urban Horticulture team, directed by Dr. Lucy Bradley, Kathleen Moore, and Charlotte Glen.
Extension Master Gardener Volunteers (EMGV)
Charlotte Glen is the State Coordinator for the Extension Master Gardener℠ Volunteer Program that provides unbiased, research-based information on gardens, lawns, and landscapes. Since 1979, Extension Master Gardener℠ volunteers have been guiding homeowners in making environmentally sound decisions growing plants, people and communities. Information specific to managing the Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Program can be found on the intranet on the “Ext Professionals” page.
Herbs, Organics, Specialty Crops, and Vegetables
Dr. Jeanine Davis’ (Extension New Crops & Organics Specialist) video series introduces many new herbs, organics, specialty crops, and vegetables to North Carolina markets.
Plant Disease and Insect Clinic
Mat Bertone, NC State Extension Associate, created this instructional video on how to properly collect insects, plant samples and mailing to the clinic for identification.
A video series from Extension Weed Management Specialist, Dr. Joe Neal, focusing on introductory weed management in nurseries, landscapes, and Christmas trees.
4-H Youth Development
Liz Driscoll is the 4-H Youth Development Extension Specialist. Grow For It provides resources and opportunities to connect youth and educators to issues in agriculture and natural resources in meaningful ways. This initiative is striving to grow a generation of youth interested in investigating plants, insects, and soils.