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Information to help you be successful and sustainable! Keep up with Kerr Center Farm and Ranch, public events, publications, videos:
Neighbors Helping Neighbors Project: Signup Deadline Dec. 15
December 15 is the signup deadline for the Neighbors Helping Neighbors program, to address concerns related to the poultry industry.
Insects Declining – But Damaging More Plants than Ever
Insects have been declining rapidly - but insect pests are still damaging more crops than ever, says newly published research.
Presidents Note: Avoiding Parasite Resistance
Through grazing management and limiting the use of de-wormers, we hope we can control parasite loads and decrease parasite resistance.
Transportation Responsible for 20% of Food System’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions
A new study finds that transportation still accounts for a whopping one-fifth of the food system's greenhouse gas emissions.
New Regenerative Certification Program
There's a new third-party certification process and label, for farmers and ranchers wishing to market their products as “regenerative.”
President’s Note: SARE Publications – An Incredible Resource
SARE publications offer an extensive collection of professional, practical advice on many different aspects of sustainable agriculture.
U.S. Bird Populations in Steep Decline
U.S. bird populations have dropped by a quarter in the past 50 years - and the decline appears set to
President’s Note: Book Review – The Woodchip Handbook
One of few books to focus completely on the subject of woodchips in food production, this new volume is a
More Bees, Please: Bee Diversity Boosts Crop Pollination
New research shows that bee diversity is even more important for crop pollination than previously thought.
Monarch Butterfly Now Endangered, But Still Not Protected
A leading international conservation group has designated the monarch butterfly as endangered, put it is still not legally protected.