Internet Connectivity Survey for NC Farmers

— Written By Jamie Warner
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Broadband internetThis five-minute survey is being conducted by the North Carolina Broadband Infrastructure Office, with the Friday Institute at NC State University. It was developed in part from NC Farm Bureau Federation listening sessions conducted for local farmers and agriculture partners. The survey gathers data on internet connectivity from North Carolina farmers which will be used to inform research and policy recommendations to assist communities where internet access is inadequate.
This survey includes an optional internet speed test. If your farm office currently has internet service, please take this survey from that location.
Your farm office address is CRITICAL to identifying underserved farms. We ask that you provide the street address of the farm office to help us identify areas needing improved internet access. Farm office locations may be:
  • Mapped to show unmet needs or demand for high-speed internet
  • Shared with relevant internet service providers or other partners to identify service solutions
  • Included in a public map, with location points buffered for privacy
To access the survey, please visit the following link: