field notes july 2023

Kerr Center Publications

Field Notes – July 2023

Field Notes – July 2023

Looking for something to read in the shade? SARE has a new book out on farming with soil life – check out David Redhage’s review.

With summer vacation in swing, how about a getaway to one of Oklahoma’s agritourism destinations? There are plenty of them, of all kinds – but a new compilation of ag census data shows the sector still has plenty of room to grow in the state.

Beekeepers are keeping honeybee numbers steady despite losing nearly half their colonies over the past year.  Everyone can help – and the most effective strategies can help native pollinators as well.

Better yet, there are a number of conservation initiatives that will help you help the bees in your own backyard – as well as growing food, saving soil and water, and more!

Field Notes – July 2023 (PDF, 700 KB)
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