The USDA Plant Hardiness Zone map provides a good rough guide for gardeners choosing plants for landscaping and gardening. We have found a lot of misunderstanding, however, about what the zone map can and can’t do.
We live in a society of box checkers. Graduate high school; check. Attend college; check. Get a job; check. Safe enough to retire; check. Life is full of expectations and things that we are supposed to do.
Community. There is so much meaning and potential for growth, progress, and mutual support in that word. Throughout my time here at the University of Wyoming, I have been continuously supported by the College of Ag community, the border campus … Read the rest
From personal experience, it can be easy to lose sight of what drives the basis of your actions. With the world relentlessly changing, it can be overwhelming to construct a to-do list, much less give your full attention to every … Read the rest
1. The opportunities. Being involved can open many doors, such as a job and internship opportunity. In my first semester at UW, I started a job in the Animal Science department as an office assistant. Not only has that allowed … Read the rest
In my final year here at the University of Wyoming, I have been asked a multitude of questions, but the one I have been asked the most is where I am applying to vet school. Everyone automatically assumes that just … Read the rest
During the summer months of 2020, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) allocated funds to purchase up to eight million radio frequency identification (RFID) ear tags for cattle and bison, providing the new … Read the rest