Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahoma has long been known for the wind sweeping down the plains. Nowadays, however, the state is becoming better known as the leader in seismic activity. This leaves the public asking how all of the shake, rattle and roll is related to the oil and gas industry.
STILLWATER, Okla. – Casey Hentges, the new host of the Oklahoma Gardening television program, said she is excited to get the season started with new episodes beginning Feb. 13.
STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahoma State University alumnus Dr. Claud D. Evans is no stranger to playing a role in shaping policies and programs aimed at making people’s lives better.
STILLWATER, Okla. – If you have an interest in learning more about pecans and what it takes to grow them, mark your calendar for the 2016 Fundamentals of Pecan Management course offered by Oklahoma State University.
STILLWATER, Okla. – Timing is everything when trying to get as much bang for your buck as possible in the wheat fields. Wheat producers in Oklahoma have historically circled March 15 on their calendars to remember to pull cattle from the fields.
STILLWATER, Okla. – Although wheat is what most likely comes to mind when thinking of agricultural crops in Oklahoma, grapes have been making a name for themselves for the last several years.
STILLWATER, Okla. – A civic forum aimed at encouraging the public’s input in the launch of a regional economic development initiative is set for February.
STILLWATER, Okla. – Turning what is widely considered waste into valuable resources is a priority for Oklahoma State University’s BioBased Products and Energy Center.
WOODWARD, Okla. – Southern Plains agricultural producers looking to get the most out of their water-use investment should register now to attend the March 8 Oklahoma Irrigation Conference in Woodward.
ALTUS, Okla. – Oklahoma and Texas agricultural producers and others interested in learning the latest information about best crop production practices for the Red River region should register now to attend the Jan. 20-21 Red River Crops Conference in Altus.