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Protecting the family against ticks

STILLWATER, Okla. – With spring in full bloom and summer well on the way, Oklahoma families heading outdoors to enjoy the warmer temperatures should take extra care to protect themselves against ticks.
When ticks bite

STILLWATER, Okla. – Ticks are expected to be troublesome this summer and that means it is important to be familiar with preventative measures and what to do if someone is bitten.
2016 DASNR Access Tour showcases Oklahoma agriculture

More than 40 Oklahoma State University alumni, faculty and staff recently participated in the Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources’ Access Tour. The annual two-day tour gets its name from the behind-the-scenes access it gives participants to agricultural and natural resources businesses in the state.
Oklahoma Proven selections give gardeners an advantage

STILLWATER, Okla. – There aren’t too many things in life that are a sure bet, but Oklahoma gardeners do have a resource that will help take some of the guesswork out of gardening.
OSU’s Garey Fox recognized by Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence

STILLWATER, Okla. – For several decades the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence has been recognizing and encouraging academic excellence in Oklahoma’s public schools.
Rancher Leasing Workshops to bring insight to landowners

STILLWATER, Okla. – For many ranchers across Oklahoma and surrounding states, a person’s word and a handshake are as good as a written contract. However, this type of business agreement is full of risk for both the landowner and the tenant.
Finding the right balance of plants in the pond

STILLWATER, Okla. – Nothing kills the euphoric feeling of setting the hook on a monster bass more than reeling in a couple pounds of pond weeds. Pond owners and anglers alike need to understand there is a delicate balance between too many aquatic plants and too few.

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