Minnesota 4-H alumna Nicole Cash was selected as one of four 4-H Youth in Action award winners in 2023.
AFREC is tasked with improving fertilizer efficiency, farm profitability, and Minnesota’s environment through soil fertility research, technology development and education.
U of M Extension’s Brigid Tuck provides 11 years of economic research.
February and March are good months for pruning some of our woody landscape plants.
Avian flu never left the United States in 2022 like it did in 2015. So it’s likely that by the end of March, Minnesota will again start to see the virus affect chickens, turkeys and wild waterfowl.
There is a lot to learn about transitioning to parenthood. The 40-Day Project supports Somali parents during the first five weeks after birth.
The intersection of agriculture and tourism offers an ever-growing range of options to those seeking to open their farms and property to visitors.
4-H Outdoor Wilderness Leadership and Service (OWLS) Program participants create and implement service-learning conservation projects that benefit their local area.
Thinking about growing Brandywine tomatoes, burpless cucumbers, daikon radishes, Chinese cabbage or purple eggplant this year? Check out the Minnesota Master Gardener seed trial results before buying seeds.
Cover crops provide nitrogen for growing healthy vegetables without over fertilizing. Our new video highlights the many benefits of summer cover crops and how to grow them easily in your home garden.
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