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Farm Transition Planning – Why is it So Important?

Managing risk is a must in agriculture. Farmers, ranchers, and forest owners know this well – they take care to plant at the perfect time, […]

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2020 Knotweed Season Recap

Weeds are always adapting and changing. Species crossbreed (with native or non-native species), become resistant to herbicides, and infest locations where we might not expect […]

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Nature vs. Nature: Biological Controls in Conservation

Those of us who grew up watching Animal Planet are familiar with scenes of ferocious hunting and escape – a jarring portrayal of nature’s intense […]

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Plant This, Not That: Native Alternatives to Pesky Ornamentals

When it comes to invasive plants, there is good news and bad news. The bad news is that many invasive plants are often planted intentionally […]

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Laminated Root Rot: The Inconspicuous Tree Disease

Fungi play a major role in forest ecology. Similar to bacteria and certain critters (like worms, snails, beetles, and termites), fungi facilitate nutrient cycling through […]

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The Benefits of Fall Planting

If you’re ready to put your garden tools away and leave planting until spring, think again! Many folks are surprised to learn that fall is […]

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