A new season for community harvesting continues at Tucson Village Farm.

TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) – Many families are stretching the budget to feed their children quality food. Some parents may struggle to balance their desire and pressure to get their children to eat nutritious fruits and vegetables. KGUN 9 On Your Side recently visited Tucson’s Village Farm to see what guests will find when their staff … Read more

Gardening, landscaping learning opportunities

We may not be able to do yard and garden work right now, but we can use it to attend private lessons, ask questions, share and hear about extension resources to improve landscapes and solve plant problems. Nebraska Extension’s mission is to extend science-based information to help Nebraskans. For horticulture, one goal is to help … Read more

NNYADP Winter Green Research Update on January 9

PLATTSBURGH – With consumer demand for local foods on the rise, growers in northern climates want to learn how to extend their sales potential by producing high-quality cave greens through the winter. Research experiments Winter greens marketing tips developed from high tunnel research experiments will be presented in the Farmer-Driven Northern New York Agricultural Development … Read more

The East Texas Fruit, Nut and Vegetable Conference is set for Jan. 13 in Tyler.

Winter is when most fruit and nut trees are planted. For those who sell “bare root”, planting during dormancy is very important. In the year If you want to learn more about edible crops in 2023, the East Texas Fruit, Nut and Vegetable Conference on Friday, January 13th at Crossbrand Cowboy Church (11915 FM 2015, … Read more

Community gardens, urban farms spread across Omaha.

Mary Carpenter, who grew up on a hill overlooking North Omaha during World War II, remembers many gardens, Victory Gardens, in her Florence neighborhood. “Everybody had it,” said the reporter’s daughter-in-law, Carpenter. “We grew everything – asparagus, potatoes, tomatoes, blackberries, pears, even grapes. That’s what fed us and supplemented our diet.” In the decades that … Read more

Pee Dee REC Field Day teaches about cotton, cover crops, pollinators and more.

DENISE ATTAWAY Clemson University This year has been good for cotton and the Clemson Extension cotton specialist says variety is the key to success. In the year At the 2022 Clemson PD Research and Education (REC) Field Day, Clemson Cooperative Extension Service Cotton Specialist and Agriculture Professor Michael Jones told growers that it is the … Read more

Columbia College students run a garden for a good cause

COLUMBIA – The Columbia College Science Club is giving back to the community by harvesting a garden to donate fresh produce to the local food bank of Central and Northeast Missouri. Project leaders are students Zoe Davis, Science Club President, and Science Club Treasurer Christine Kelly. Davis said they started planning the garden in July, … Read more

Seaweed creator wins government support

Wednesday, August 17, 2022, 11:10 amPress Release: New Zealand Government Dear Stuart Nash Minister of Economic and Regional Development The government continues to invest strongly and strongly in regional economies in a project that will create the world’s first commercial seaweed-based nanocellulose manufacturing plant. A $1.5 million innovation project at Perua in the Waikato is … Read more

Four Wallace State agricultural students receive scholarships

Four students from the Wallace State Community College of Agriculture / Horticulture Production Program are trained entrepreneurs – 3M Transformation Scholarship, 3M National Scholarship and National Certification Centers Coalition (NC3). Walsh State students are eligible to receive a scholarship Daniel Campus – Kulman Jordan Mills – Anniston Bishop of Analisa – Vestavia Hills Lauren Seymour … Read more