Consider these NTCC Ag classes for your core science requirement…
Unknown-2Did you know that Northeast Texas Community College offers opportunities for non-ag majors to get their hands in the dirt? The NTCC Ag Department offers three courses that students can take to satisfy core curriculum requirements for their degree, in addition to teaching important agricultural life skills. Students in some majors can take Agronomy (AGRI

NTCC Agriculture wins big at state competition
ag awardsStudents in the Northeast Texas Community College Agriculture Department won big last week as they took home multiple awards from the Texas Junior College Agriculture Association (TJCAA) Competition at Sam Houston State University. Michael Rundle placed third in Horticulture Quiz, third in Wildlife Quiz and second in Agronomy. Rundle also served as Vice President of

NTCC Ag to host plant sale April 1
ag plantsThe annual Northeast Texas Community College Spring Plant Sale will be hosted April 1 at the Mount Pleasant Super 1 Foods parking lot from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (or until sold out). Various sizes and varieties of tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers will be available, plus numerous other vegetables, herbs, shrubs, vines and trees ready

The Battle on the Ag Field is Won in the Classroom at NTCC
Unknown-1It always seems strange to me that we call our semester that starts in January here at NTCC the “spring” semester.  Yet our weather has been in a constant state of flux between winter, fall and spring since December.  In 2017 the persimmon seed prediction of heaps of snow has yet to come true, and

Livestock help with fall maintenance on NTCC small farm
ntcc-goatsBy: Rene’ McCracken, NTCC Director of Agriculture Sorghum, pumpkins and peas….oh my! Fall is not just a perfect time of year for me, but our goats at Northeast Texas Community College are enjoying the harvest as well. This is just one of the sustainable practices we love demonstrating at our NTCC Small Farm.  Working with