Women in Ag Fall 2022 Raleigh Tour

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A very informative Fall tour to Raleigh and around several NC State University campus destinations has been scheduled for Thursday, November 3rd. The Franklin County Women in Ag group will be making four stops during the day and driving the county van (10 people max.) You may want to drive your own vehicle.
  • 8 a.m. – 8:15 a.m. – Meet at the Ag Services Center in Louisburg (103 S. Bickett Blvd.)  8:15 a.m. – leave for Raleigh
  • Stop 1  9:30 -11 a.m. – Tour JC Raulston Arboretum
  • Stop 2  11 a.m. -12:45 p.m. – Lunch at the State Farmers Market Restaurant (also visit the farmer vendors);
  • Stop 3  1-3 p.m. – The highlight of the day trip will be a tour of the new Plant Science Initiative Building (on Centennial Campus) with Franklin County’s own, Dr. Terri Long, who has organized a very informative tour of the facility for us. (Check out the Plant Science Initiative website before visiting.)
  • Stop 4  3:15 -4 p.m. – After leaving the PSI building, we will make a quick trip to the relatively new NC State Howling Cow Creamery, it’s right down the road off Lake Wheeler Road.
Remember to dress appropriately (and in layers, inside and outside buildings); wear comfortable walking shoes, bring your own funds (for lunch, ice cream, etc.)
Registration required. Register for the Women in Ag Fall Tour online by Nov. 2.
Please RSVP to let me know who will be riding in the county van by next Friday, October 28th. RSVP via email to martha_mobley@ncsu.edu.