Beekeeping in Kansas presents some unique challenges. The good news is that most of these challenges have fairly simple solutions.
The terms organic, sustainable, and regenerative may seem confusing at first, but each approach has a slightly different philosophy.
By paying closer attention to what nature is telling us, we have an opportunity to bring our gardens back into balance.
Few stop to ask how the boundaries evolved, when in fact some surprising stories surround this topic.
There are many beautiful and interesting sights to see in Kansas. But there are also quite a few sights that are best classified as strange.
One disadvantage of reading about bird songs is relying on a printed mnemonic. What better solution than a book with an audio player?
There’s so much to learn about Kansas, including history, nature, architecture, and more. Where to start?
Orchard grass (Dactylis glomerata) is a variety of bunch grass with deep roots and a somewhat variable appearance.
Around 1880, a wet spell descended on most of the Great Plains. Wild speculations were indulged in as to what caused it.
Broad-leaf wood-oats (Chasmanthium latifolium) is a very unique plant that goes by many names: spangle grass, Indian wood-oats, wild oats, river, oats, northern sea oats, and inland sea oats.