An agriculture-based organization at the University of Wyoming aims to effectively communicate the importance of the field to its members and public, according to the
More than 3 tons of potatoes are being distributed across Wyoming this fall in a project that started in a University of Wyoming research field near Lingle.
The project is a collaboration between the James C. Hageman Sustainable Agriculture Research and Extension Center (SAREC), the Cent$ible Nutrition Program (CNP) and Food Bank of Wyoming.
A group of volunteers, including cadets from the Wyoming Cowboy Challenge Academy (WCCA), harvested the potatoes Friday, Sept. 24, near Lingle. More than 6,490 pounds of potatoes were bagged in four hours, which Food Bank of Wyoming picked up that afternoon.
The Wyoming All-Stars 4-H livestock judging team finished second in Aksarben Stock Show competition in Grand Island, Neb., in September. Team members are Riley Miller,
A fourth-generation rancher and farmer from Harrisburg, Neb., is receiving a Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Wyoming during Homecoming Week Oct. 16-23. College
A University of Wyoming laboratory is testing influent from Wyoming towns for the virus that causes COVID-19 to help the Wyoming Public Health Laboratory determine
A team member won top individual and no other team had more members place in the top 10 than the University of Wyoming livestock judging