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two sheep in snowy pasture

Small flock marketing considerations

At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic (April 2020) prices for all classes of sheep experienced drastic declines due to disruptions in lamb processing plants and traditional marketing outlets. However, a dramatic rebound and continued strength in sheep prices has …

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CANCELLED: Grape-Growing Symposium in Lander on May 21

Event cancelled.

On Saturday, May 21, the University of Wyoming Extension will offer a one-day educational program on growing grapes in Wyoming, to be held at Central Wyoming College in Lander. Led by UW Extension educator Jeremiah Vardiman, the symposium

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Worland Community Garden

Growing for Sharing

Worland Community Garden

The success of the Worland community garden inspired the Grow a Little Extra program (part of the Wyoming Hunger Initiative) and influenced the crops and varieties selected for the seed packets it distributes. The Wyoming Hunger Initiative had great success

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Student standing near sheep discussing sheep shearing with professional sheep shearer.

University of Wyoming Sheep Program Certified AWA Level III

The University of Wyoming Sheep Program has become the first operation to reach Level III (Certified) status in the American Sheep Industry Association’s American Wool Assurance Program.

“We have a 400 head commercial Rambouillet flock and we felt like the …

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Indian corn with husks pulled back.

Three Bulletins in ‘The Sustainable Diet Series’ Released

University of Wyoming Extension recently released three bulletin publications in its “The Sustainable Diet Series” that focus on dietary diversity, biodiversity in the food system and food sovereignty.

“I would stress that these three topics — biodiversity, dietary diversity and …

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pink purple flower at top prickly green base

Invasive Grasses and Weeds

Controlling invasive grasses and weeds is a top concern for many producers. Invasive grasses can reduce species diversity and forage quality. Not only do they have ecological affects, but they also have an economic impact. To avoid costly and long-term …

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Youth and adult with poster describing youth's business idea.

UW Extension Plans Youth Entrepreneur Development Weekends in June

Budding teenage entrepreneurs have the opportunity to connect and gain knowledge during 2022 Rocky Mountain Youth Entrepreneur development weekends this summer.

Sponsored by University of Wyoming Extension with support from the John P. Ellbogen Foundation, the sessions are June 9-11 …

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rows of frosted cookies on white parchment paper

Frosted Chai Spice Snickerdoodles

Prep time: 40 minutes

Chilling time: 45 minutes

Baking time: 12 minutes per pan

Cooling time: 30 minutes

Total time: 2 hours

Servings: 20

  • Parchment paper or non‑stick baking mats
  • 1 cup (226 g) unsalted butter, melted and cooled
  • 2¾ 
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