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Smoking Pasture2017 Kansas Wildfires
Special coverage of responses and aid offered through K-State Research and Extension in the southern and western parts of the state

PRIDE capital awardsKansas communities, individuals honored by PRIDE Program
Community improvement projects recognized with PRIDE Capital Awards

Teff Hay for Dairy ForageStudy: Teff hay could serve as drought-tolerant forage for dairy cows
Kansas State feeding trials indicate promise, economic analysis still coming

Cover Crops Field Day

Cover Crop Field Day planned at K-State HB Ranch
Options for dryland wheat-based systems will be focus; lunch is included

Sharon SchwartzSchwartz to receive Don L. Good Impact Award
Kansas farmer, former legislator to be recognized Oct. 13 in Manhattan

Kansas PRIDE communities receive fundingKansas PRIDE communities receive funding
Projects such as landscaping and signage get a boost

Ron WilsonKansas ProfileNow That’s Rural:
Arden and Sally Vernon -- EZE-Latch


Dietzgen Fulbright ScholarLandmark environmental book influences scientists 55 years after its release
K-State researchers say preventing pests, weeds and disease is an ever-improving process since 'Silent Spring'

Dietzgen Fulbright ScholarK-State's Grain Science department head named IFT Fellow
Gordon Smith's career includes work for several national brands

Dietzgen Fulbright ScholarKansas State University, Australian researchers join forces to combat insect pest
Tiny thrips are a giant menace to fruit, vegetable and flower industries

Related News

Enjoy fitness and support K-State cancer research at Walk Kansas 5K for the Fight and fun walk on May 6
The event will take place outside the Johnson Cancer Research Center at Chalmers Hall on the university's Manhattan campus.

Kansas Forest Service uncovers emerald ash borer in Doniphan County
The Kansas Forest Service and K-State Research and Extension — are encouraging Kansans to monitor for the invasive beetle.

K-State Crowned National Champion Meat Animal Evaluation Team
K-State ASI students win back-to-back national titles, Chase Gleason named high individual.


Upcoming K-State Research and Extension Events

Aging With Attitude workshop scheduled for April 28 in Iola

Beef cattle and forage crops field day planned for Mound Valley May 4

Enjoy fitness and support K-State cancer research at Walk Kansas 5K for the Fight and fun walk on May 6

K-State to host Southwest Research-Extension Center Spring Field Day May 25

Kansas State University Animal Sciences Leadership Academy To Be Held In Manhattan June 14-17