Biochar is produced by heating wood chips, plant clippings and other organic waste without oxygen. The end product is a lightweight black charcoal made up of carbon.
Extension Educators Aly Kloeckner and Becca Turnquist are helping with rural youth resiliency in more than 50 counties through their Bend, Don't Break initiative project.
There are two new FSA programs that provide financial assistance to producers who experienced losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic or from eligible natural disasters.
Find climate-resilient, native trees and plants recommended for the Chippewa Plains and Pine Moraine-Outwash Plains.
Extension researchers are looking for Japanese beetle grubs to collect in May and June, and again in August through October.
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