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Addressing food deserts in northeast North Carolina can simultaneously impact the region's poor health outcomes and foster economic development. Data is drawn from the "Green Report: Metrics & Resources to Understand & Grow a Sustainable Economy in Northeast North Carolina" created by Elizabeth City State University's Center for Green Research and Evaluation. Created by Dr. Scott Bradshaw

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Denny’s and the Tom Joyner Foundation are partnering to encourage students currently enrolled at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to submit an idea for a “Community Hunger Program” to combat childhood hunger in their HBCU communities. Students must be able to complete the program...

@13NewsNow stopped by to learn what the first wind farm in North Carolina means for the region and how the explosive growth of renewable energy is a fit with farmland.…/off-the-grid-renewable…/483913676

One of the first wind farms in the entire southeastern United States is in North Carolina.