For Wyoming pesticide applicators seeking to recertify their commercial application license or apply for their first commercial license, the University of Wyoming Extension Pesticide Safety Education Program (PSEP) will offer educational programming in Casper Tuesday, Jan. 16, through Thursday, Jan. 18.
During the holiday season, many people reunite with family members they see only a few times a year. For families who work in agriculture or run small businesses, these gatherings can provide an opportunity to discuss the future of the operation.
In 2011, one of the deadliest outbreaks of food poisoning in recent U.S. history erupted. From a scientific perspective, the situation was not only troubling, but downright baffling—how did the bacteria survive for days, likely weeks, on the surfaces of cantaloupes?
A new publication by the University of Wyoming Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics reports that economic activity related to agricultural production contributed $2.526 billion to Wyoming’s economy in 2021.
CNP provides nutrition programming to Wyomingites with limited resources and works with local and state partners to make the healthy choice the easy choice. Every year, CNP recognizes a community partner and staff members who exceed their duties to fulfill CNP’s mission.
As part of a multi-state team, the University of Wyoming Extension’s Cent$ible Nutrition Program (CNP) recently earned national recognition for its efforts to connect people facing food insecurity with local produce.
A new wildlife documentary chronicling the large mammal migrations of Grand Teton National Park was released online this week, showing how the park is biologically connected to distant habitats in Idaho and Wyoming.