Today there seems to be a resurging interest in local grains and heirloom grain varieties. When we think of wheat today, most envision large combines on the Great Plains or Pacific Northwest. People are waking up to the idea that grain crops used to be grown on small farms throughout the United States, outside of today’s commodity wheat production regions.
Field Notes – December 2016
Season’s greetings from the Kerr Center!
Following our habit, we’ve devoted the December issue to a look back over the highlights and accomplishments of the year. Please have a look to see what’s been happening on the Kerr Ranch and around the state in our horticulture, conservation, and sustainable livestock management programs. There’s also a quick peek ahead at the horticulture program’s directions for 2017, from Kerr Center President David Redhage.Field Notes – December 2016 (PDF, 900 KB)