Saturday, June 23, 2018

When Judith Sutherland's dad landed her mom, he nearly blew it all when he told her he couldn't take her to the prom because he had to plant corn.

Planting has been slow this spring, but farmers are making good progress, overall.
chicks on barn floor

Every livestock farmer needs to do the right thing and exceed minimum environmental standards. The public is watching.
thank you note

Can we ever understand the impact of a handwritten note of appreciation? That simple gesture has the power to change lives, especially our own.

After 44 years of working in the soil and water conservation world, Jeff Van Loon plans on retiring at the end of June.

As agriculture becomes more corporate, farmers and their families lose their connection to the land.
Baltimore oriole

Scott Shalaway shares his favorite birds of the spring migration.

By cutting poison hemlock down after flowering, you can eliminate its potential to produce more seeds. Peak bloom for is in late May and early June.

Having “good cattle” isn’t a destination you reach-you have to keep after it.

Registration is open for Camp Canopy, a week-long camp for high school students interested in learning more about forestry and wildlife.
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