Okies for Monarchs is featured in a new short video documentary about monarch conservation in Oklahoma. Watch, learn, and plant milkweed!
Please note that, in cooperation with efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19, the Kerr Center is currently offering tours by appointment only, and only outdoors. To request a tour, please contact us at least two weeks in advance by calling 918.647.9123 or emailing email@example.com (please put “public tour” in subject line).
(Under normal circumstances, guided tours are available one day each month, on the second Tuesday, April through September.) During these tours, Kerr Center staff show visitors our current horticulture and livestock projects.
Tours go from 9-11 or 1-3 (approximate length), and cost $10 per person.
Advance registration is required. Contact us a week in advance to let us know you are coming and whether you want to see horticulture or livestock projects or both.
Keep in mind that what is available to see varies according to season. When you call, we can let you know what is available to see. We want you to have the best possible experience!
Pay at the door. Tours begin at the Kerr Center office.
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All other visits must be requested at least two weeks in advance. Groups are welcome.
Call the Kerr Center at 918.647.9123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with “tour request” in the subject line to arrange a visit.
Do you have questions on the proper feeding of your goats? Join this session for a discussion of goat nutrition. Feed costs are the number one cost of production. Reducing feed costs can improve your profitability; however, caution must be taken to ensure that the nutrients requirements of your goats are met. If not, they will underperform and will be more susceptible to disease and internal parasites. Advances in goat nutrient requirements have been made in recent years and they have been compiled into the Langston Interactive Nutrient Calculators (LINC).
Due to lingering and even spiking COVD19 infections in Oklahoma, and also due to a slower than expected pace of vaccinations, the 2021 Goat and Hair Sheep Field Day will not be held in-person but will be held virtually via Zoom.
Many people are tired of day-long Zoom meetings/conferences. So, last year’s popular theme of “Goat and Lamb Cookery & More” will continue, but be broken into smaller 2-to-4-hour segments spread over several weeks.
Problems with ponds are common and more easily corrected if caught early. In this virtual workshop, Dr. Marley Beem, State Extension Specialist, and Joshua Campbell, Urban Agriculture and Natural Resources Educator, will cover weed management, water appearance issues and muddiness, fishing, control of dam and shoreline, and overflow erosion.
The Woman Landowners Symposium is a biannual national level event hosted and organized by Land & Ladies along with the UGA Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources. The purpose of this national women landowner’s event is to empower women with the confidence to take hold of their landownership, as well as creating an atmosphere for women to connect with one another. The 1.5 day event is comprised of natural resource expert general sessions, breakout workshop opportunities, and a social reception. Attend in-person or virtually!
This composting festival will cover a multitude of ways anyone can compost. It will cover home composting and the different composting methods available. It will also cover how to make compost tea and the benefits of using it in the garden and landscape, as well as how to vermicompost and its uses and benefits.
For those want to participate in composting but have limited space or resources, the workshop will introduce organizations that partner with individuals to make compost on a larger scale. From 11:00 A.M. until 1:00 P.M., the first 100 registered participants will receive a lunch and will also have access to the compost demonstration areas where knowledgeable composters will be available to answer questions.