A partnership effort called SuperShelf is featured in the University of Minnesota’s “Dear Minnesota” campaign.
If you employ people on your farm, you will need to provide them with time off to care for themselves or their families.
While subzero temperatures are not the most pleasant conditions for us, they can be a factor in helping to control pests. Warmer winter temperatures may mean more EAB larvae are likely to survive.
Curt Forst finds the AIS Detectors program to be a natural fit. His goals are to protect the water quality of the lake he lives on and to keep issues from spreading to other lakes.
Brown County 4-H'ers of the Comfrey Comets 4-H Club received a Helping Hands Award to help beautify their township and gained a sense of community pride in the process.
You and your family can have a nutritious holiday meal without breaking the bank.
From interviewing alumni for their Cloverchat podcast channel to planning BLU and TEEL events that will engage youth in leadership and energy conservation, this year's state ambassador team is definitely putting their skills to use.
Winter weather is tough enough on plants. Use these strategies to protect your plants from animal browsers.
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