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A Little Less, Please

A Little Less, Please

Charlie slims down to work with Pete’s Pet Posse

Taking on More

Taking on More

Three earn master’s of public health degrees alongside DVMs

Zoo garden teaches lessons about water conservation and  drought-tolerant plants

Zoo garden teaches lessons about water conservation and drought-tolerant plants

Visitors to the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden have an opportunity to see much more than lions, tigers and bears – oh my.

Viva Vegas Strip Steak

Viva Vegas Strip Steak

Hidden in the chuck primal of a beef carcass is a steak discovered at DASNR’s FAPC. Before the discovery of the Vegas Strip Steak, the chuck primal often was used for ground beef...

A natural beauty

A natural beauty

Ask anyone who has visited the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve in Osage County about their experience, and they almost certainly will say they were struck by the beautiful landscape,...

The lasting legacy of Marvin Stone

The lasting legacy of Marvin Stone

The late Marvin Lyle Stone, a Regents professor emeritus, was a DASNR faculty member in the department of biosystems and agricultural engineering from 1982 to 2006. His work is...

Unlocking the potential of student understanding

Unlocking the potential of student understanding

The College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at OSU has a reputation for research-based academic programs supported through applied learning opportunities and...

Juntos

Juntos

There was a point in Brayn Lozano’s young life when he was not sure college was for him. But that was before he connected with Juntos, an innovative, research-based, culturally...

Beef herd rebuilding

Beef herd rebuilding

May 2015 was the wettest month ever recorded in Oklahoma, with a statewide average of nearly 15 inches of rain. But even flood waters that inundated pastures, ruin stored hay and...

Meat goat bootcamp offers producers hands-on training

Meat goat bootcamp offers producers hands-on training

Thanks to DASNR’s annual Oklahoma Meat Goat Bootcamp, producers from more than two dozen states have been able to more easily develop needed skills and insights to take advantage...

Farm-to-fork food safety

Farm-to-fork food safety

One in six Americans will get sick this year due to improper food safety. While consumer mindfulness about food safety has grown throughout the past few decades, a newer,...

Delivering smiles one bag at a time

Delivering smiles one bag at a time

Last year, volunteers from the OCES office in Nowata County and the county’s chapter of Oklahoma Home and Community Education delivered a special treat to residents of a small...