When you hear the word Wyoming many people think of a country bumpkin who only cares about farming and ranching. After telling people you go to the University of Wyoming, they often ask why
The University of Wyoming Extension’s Cen$ible Nutrition Program is encouraging families to “go on a ghost hunt” this month.
“The idea is that people who want to participate will print the ghost image and put it up in one of … Read the rest
This one goes out to those of you coming into the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources virtually. I feel for you. Due to the current state of the world, your first semester (at least) at the University of Wyoming … Read the rest
It was April of my senior year of high school and I worked for my county fair. One early Saturday morning we were tagging in steers and a bunch of us seniors were talking about our plans for the following … Read the rest
As I write this in late August, “miller” moths, or more accurately the adults of the army cutworm, are migrating back to the lower elevations after spending the summer
fattening up by feeding on alpine flower nectar.
Miller moths were … Read the rest
Want to raise your parenting IQ?
One way is understanding the needs at each stage of youth development
Raising children is one of the most difficult and ever-changing roles many adults will hold.
Deciding the best course of action and … Read the rest
Management of rangeland before, during, and after drought is critical.
In desperate times, producers may be tempted to get what they can out of rangeland to preserve herds. Just remember, the drought may last more than one season, and the … Read the rest
Volunteers who provide sense of belonging to youth invaluable
The Wyoming 4-H program serves over 6,900 youth and their families because of strong and motivated volunteers.
If you are a volunteer in a youth organization like 4-H, look at your … Read the rest
We all have some level of awareness about identity theft through personal experience or the media.
Businesses are becoming an increasing target market for identity theft, with business identity theft up 100 percent in 2019 and estimated to have grown … Read the rest
Being willing and able to fail is a leadership skill.
After all, responding to failure well is how we encourage more of an experimentation mindset, which is essential for innovation.
Let’s look at a couple characteristics of leaders who fail … Read the rest
Any food will spoil over time unless preservation steps are taken.
Preserved food lasts longer than fresh produce and refrigerated items. Decide what you are preserving. The answer will help determine what method to use. Here are the most common … Read the rest
The coronavirus situation forced us to spend time with people at home and online in new ways – and differences in personality wear thin when we are trying to cope with everyday life, let alone pandemic-level struggles.
But, interpersonal differences … Read the rest
Knowing the quality of range forage throughout the year is important to ensure the livestock nutrient needs are being met and if not, what needs to be supplemented.
How do some common rangeland grasses and an upland sedge compare in … Read the rest
Wyoming-Utah Ag Days are Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 27-28, at the Roundhouse in Evanston.
“This year’s Wyoming-Utah Ag Days has workshops to help cattle producers, sheep producers, landowners and even alternative crop producers,” said Bridger Feuz (‘Fates’), University of Wyoming … Read the rest
Cath Harris has a plan for what comes after her time as manager of the Agriculture Business Office in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Adventure, and better weather. Add her horse, too.
The 30-year UW employee’s last day … Read the rest