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 – April 2021
Field Notes April 2021
Happy Earth Day!
David Redhage stirs up a hornet’s nest this month – with a review of a new guide to wasps.
If you raise heritage poultry, the Livestock Conservancy would like to know! It will help the organization set conservation priorities. Fill out their heritage poultry census!
Organic sales have boomed in Oklahoma lately, but the state has fewer certified organic farms and acres than the nation as a whole.
The monarchs have started passing through! Watch a brand new video about the win-win side of monarch habitat conservation, highlighting the work of Okies for Monarchs.Field Notes – April 2021 (PDF, 600 KB)