Got to Be NC

 It’s Market Time!

 It’s Market Time!

Summary: Farmers markets are opening up around the state, welcoming farm fresh local commodities. Early season offerings include beets, blueberries, bok choy, broccoli, cabbage, greens, peanuts, radishes, strawberries, sweet potatoes and zucchini.   Activity is...

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Give your pets a Paw-fect Christmas

Give your pets a Paw-fect Christmas

  This Christmas, give your pets a reason to wag their tail, lick their lips or curl up in your lap by the fire! Whether you are a dog or cat lover, many of our Got To Be N.C. members have got locally made treats for the furry friends in your life. Pack their...

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N.C. Agriculture is an international endeavor

N.C. Agriculture is an international endeavor

We Are Agriculture is a year-long series that will highlight the hard-work done by employees across the Department of Agriculture. Zach Mussler, International Marketing Specialist with our Marketing Division, is one of those employees. Stay tuned each Wednesday here...

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Father’s Day gift guide supporting N.C. farmers, producers

Father’s Day is just days away, and if you’d like to give your dad something that also supports North Carolina farmers and/or businesses that make products in the state, this list may help. One place to start is the “Find Local” section of the Got to Be NC website – https://gottobenc.com/find-local/ It has farms, farmers […]

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Supporting local at a seaside escape in Beaufort

A passion for all things local is what drives Chefs Kim Bell and Jonathan Haas and their menu choices at the Inn on Turner in Beaufort. This coastal getaway is appealing for visitors due to it’s short walk to the town’s historic waterfront shopping area and historic sites, but it also offers its guests a […]

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Got to Be NC Pavilion makes its Fair debut in Dorton Arena

Summary: The Got to Be NC Pavilion in Dorton Arena offers a dynamic and expanded showcase of North Carolina food products that are part of the Got to Be NC program. And for the first time, the North Carolina Public House will join the food venue to highlight North Carolina beers, wines, ciders and craft […]

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