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UW Researchers Gain International Attention

“UW’s outstanding researchers are published regularly in major scientific journals, but the past month has brought the most sustained and widest stretch of international exposure over a short period that I can recall in my dozen years at UW,” says Chad Baldwin, associate vice president for marketing and communications.
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Preventing Calving Difficulty in the Beef Herd

Dystocia can be brought on by several factors, some of which are more difficult to manage than others. This article briefly discusses a few of the factors that we, as producers, can manage to deter calving difficulties.
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Riske Named State 4-H Livestock Coordinator

The University of Wyoming Extension recently appointed Ellie Riske as the state’s 4-H youth livestock coordinator. Previously, Riske served as an office associate at UW Extension’s state office in Laramie.
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UW Researcher Studies Why Hummingbird Numbers Are Declining

Hummingbirds have long held a deep fascination with the public, whether being observed hovering and flitting their wings at amazing speeds around bird feeders or admired as symbols of love and peace. However, this important bird species is in decline worldwide, and a University of Wyoming researcher delved into the reasons—as well as possible ways to preserve hummingbirds in the future.
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Registration Open for Virtual Invasive Grass Workshop

The Institute for Managing Annual Grasses Invading Natural Ecosystems (IMAGINE) is hosting a free virtual workshop Wednesday, April 3, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. MDT. Jeremy Maestas, national sagebrush ecosystem specialist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, says, “We have a generational opportunity to act now to save the sagebrush biome before it’s too late.”
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UWAA Building a Better Wyoming Award: D. Michael Thomas

Michael Thomas is a living embodiment of what it means to be a Wyoming Cowboy. Born and raised in our great state, Thomas experienced the Wyoming way of life from a young age. In recognition of his work as a sculptor, Thomas has been awarded the Building a Better Wyoming Award from the UW Alumni Association.
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