Thirty people gathered at the Kerr Center on Saturday, September 26, for an in-depth look at all aspects of elderberries as an alternative crop, from propagation and culture through harvest and marketing. This post summarizes the workshop and provides links to resources used during it.
Field Notes – March 2017
With gardening season now in full swing, David Redhage responds to the final book of the late “contrary farmer,” Gene Logsdon – a letter to young farmers on “new garden farms.”
In the same vein, we hope a look back over the many heirloom vegetable variety trial reports we’ve published may be helpful.
Before many pollinator plants can blossom, their habitats must literally burst into flame – which is why the Kerr Center recently conducted a prescribed burn on native prairie.
Every year, cow-calf operators have to decide which heifers to keep as replacements. It’s a challenging management task – and the Kerr Center offers a report to assist in it.Field Notes – March 2017 (PDF, 500 KB)