Field Notes January 2021

Kerr Center Publications

Field Notes – January 2021

Field Notes January 2021

Best wishes for 2021 from the Kerr Center!

David Redhage starts us out with a disheartening update on western monarch population numbers.

But after the year just past, we’re all ready for some good news. In the rest of this month’s issue, we share some:

  • USDA scientists have developed a promising new treatment for a problematic parasite of sheep and goats.
  • One of our most popular publications, on tools for small-scale home and market gardens, is being published in serial form by Rural Heritage magazine.
  • There’s also a new report out on the benefits of soil biodiversity.
Field Notes – January 2021 (PDF, 600 KB)