David Clark Labs Building (Raleigh)
David Clark (Labs) and David Clark Addition houses the Biology Department. It was remodeled in 2005 and the faculty and students have been enjoying brighter more inspiring surroundings ever since. Here you will find many of the Biology Labs as well as some of the faculty, staff, graduate students and post docs for the Biology Department. Bostian Hall also houses many of the staff, several lecture halls and student training labs for the Biology Department. Map and directions.
Lake Wheeler Road Field Laboratory (Raleigh)
The Lake Wheeler Road Field Laboratory offers nearly 1500 acres for teaching, research and extension requests made by NCSU faculty. A number of departments in the college of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) make use of this field laboratory, including Botany, Crop Science, Entomology, Plant Pathology, Forestry, Soil Science, Animal Science and Poultry science. Students from the college of Veterinary Medicine use animals at this site for clinical studies. Facility information.
Tidewater Research Station (Plymouth)
The Tidewater Research Station was established in 1943 in Washington County to serve a large area of North Carolina lying between the Coastal Plain region and coastal North Carolina. It replaced the Blackland Test Farm near Wenona, established in 1912. This region of North Carolina has expanded rapidly in agricultural enterprises during the past 35 years. Extensive land clearing and drainage occurred in this region from the early 1960s to the 1980s, and the need for research grew with increased crop acreage. The station concentrates primarily on research involving grain and swine production — the major focus of agriculture in the area. The station is on 1,558 acres — 840 acres of woodland, 428 acres of cropland, 195 acres of pastures, and 95 acres in ponds, buildings, roads, and related areas. Facility information.
Pamlico Aquaculture Field Lab (Aurora)
The Pamlico Aquaculture Field Laboratory (PAFL) is a scenic two and one half hour drive east of Raleigh. It is superbly located on South Creek near the mouth of the Pamlico River. Special features of the PAFL include its location on Pamlico Sound, multiple sources of fresh, brackish, and full-strength (deep-well) seawater, dormitory (< 10 occupants), 16, 0.1 hectare pond mesocosms, scores of 1,000 and 10,000 gallon fish tanks, hatchery and broodstock building with several recirculating water systems, 300’ pier and boat ramp. Facility information.
Mountain Horticultural Crops Research and Extension Center (Mills River)
The Mountain Horticultural Crops Research & Extension Center is located in the southern Appalachian mountains of western North Carolina near Asheville. Fifty faculty and staff, from the North Carolina State University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the College of Natural Resources, conduct research and extension programs for the departments of Entomology, Forestry, Horticulture, Plant Pathology, Soil Science, and Zoology. The Center also houses the administrative offices for the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service West and West Central Districts. The Center strives to help the people of western North Carolina improve their lives by conducting applied research and developing and implementing highly effective extension programs related to agriculture, the environment, family, and community. Facility information.
Center for Marine Science Technology (Morehead City)
The North Carolina State University Center for Marine Sciences and Technology (CMAST) is located on Bogue Sound in Morehead City, NC. CMAST was formally established in 1997 and is used for research, field studies and projects by NCSU faculty, students, extension specialists, research technicians and administrative staff. Facility information.