Summer can be very busy, but don’t forget to learn and brainstorm. Spend some time enjoying nature, researching animals, and growing healthy plants. Brush up on your birdwatching vocabulary. Discover how wood type affects the sound of your guitar. Explore the 11 physiographic regions of Kansas. Learn about rare and popular breeds of livestock. ConsiderContinue reading “Get Ready for July 2016”
There’s a new farming technique on the Midwestern prairie. It’s innovative, it’s sustainable, but it’s also readily available.
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Get ready for spring! It’s time to plan new projects, start a garden, and get outside to enjoy nature.
Gardening in Kansas is quite a bit different than gardening in most other states—and that can be both good and bad.
Scott State Park has a rich heritage. It was an 8 Wonders of Kansas finalist, and was also chosen by National Geographic as one of America’s “50 must-see state parks.”
While many factors affect cucumber flavor, cucumbers will not become extremely bitter unless they are genetically predisposed to do so.
Meade State Park is the only state park in southwestern Kansas. Stop by Artesian Well Campground west of the lake to see one of the few artesian wells left in the area.
Before you have to deal with the next drought, be proactive. Plan ways to make your garden more water-efficient. Consider reading Drought Gardeni