In 2018, Princeton University Press released an updated 2nd edition of Garden Insects of North America, with over 700 pages and more than 3,000 full color plates. If you wanted one book to help identify garden insects, this is it.
Field Notes – November 2019
The season of Thanksgiving is upon us once again, and we’re reflecting in this issue on some of the many things we’re thankful for:
One is the amazing natural diversity of our home state – both the experts who share their knowledge of it, and the institutions that help to protect it. David Redhage reviews a new identification guide to the sunflower family, and the Nature Conservancy offers a free fact sheet on Oklahoma’s endangered species.
We’re also grateful for the health of the soil on which civilization depends – and celebrate it with a new free video series on soil health.
Farmers and ranchers are thankful for their land, crops, livestock, and equipment. We share resources to help producers protect their operations in the event of disaster.Field Notes – November 2019 (PDF, 600 KB)