If you have never planted a garden before, you may still be hunting for resources. We've pulled together a short list of posts, links, and books to help you out.
If you love Kansas history, have we found the book for you! The Historical Atlas of Kansas contains over 70 maps of Kansas, past and present.
The 100th meridian was why pioneers rushed across the country to stake claims on the coast instead of gradually pushing westward.
You are probably already familiar with the groundhog and the woolly bear caterpillar, but there are quite a few more animal prognosticators out there!
Old-timers relied on folk sayings to figure out whether a hard winter was coming or whether a late frost was on the way. Were the old-timers right? We'll find out!
Red sky at night, frost or dew in the morning light, and more ways to predict dry and wet weather.
What type of climate does Kansas have? It just depends on who you ask. There are several different systems of climate classification, and each one will give you a slightly different answer.
Part of the Peterson series of field guides, this book explains a number of topics of interest to weather observers.
Drought caused the Dust Bowl, right? Well, yes, but there's a little more to the story.
Treat seedlings with due consideration, and they will soon develop into strong, healthy plants.