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2024 Miss American Indian OSU crowned

Lauren Branham, a junior studying natural resources ecology and management with a focus in fisheries and aquatic ecology, was recently crowned Miss American Indian Oklahoma State University 2024. Branham is a member of the Muscogee and Euchee nations.
Oklahoma State University changes infrastructure to protect wildlife

Mon, Aug 14, 2023

Oklahoma State University is now one of the first major research universities in the U.S. to prioritize the reduction of bird-window collisions with its project placing bird-friendly window tinting on two of its buildings.

Animal Health and SciencesDepartment of Natural Resource Ecology and ManagementOSU AgricultureOSU Ag ResearchFood Land and Natural ResourcesResearch
OSU researchers using sound technology to study bass populations

Fri, Jul 07, 2023

Oklahoma State University Ag Research experts are studying the population size of shad fish in Arkansas reservoirs to help maintain bass fishing for anglers. OSU graduate student Joe Dittmer conducted research measuring shad populations with hydroacoustic technology.

Food Land and Natural ResourcesDepartment of Natural Resource Ecology and ManagementOutreach and EngagementOSU Ag ResearchOSU Agriculture
OSU researchers help sustain long-time gigging tradition

Wed, Apr 12, 2023

The Green County Giggers Association will host its annual fish gigging tournament at Lake Eucha near Jay, Oklahoma, this weekend. Oklahoma State University researchers took interest in the tournament because they wanted to learn more about sucker fish populations.

OSU AgricultureDepartment of Natural Resource Ecology and ManagementOSU Ag ResearchFood Land and Natural ResourcesResearchOutreach and Engagement
Patch burning a potential cost saver for supplemental feed

Thu, Sep 15, 2022

Hannah Baker, an OSU graduate student in agricultural economics, is currently conducting research on the economic benefits of patch burning, which has the potential to save producers on supplemental feed costs.

OSU Ag ResearchDepartment of Natural Resource Ecology and ManagementResearchFood Land and Natural Resources#OrangeIsTheAnswerDepartment of Agricultural EconomicsOSU ExtensionOSU Agriculture
Keep an eye out for algae overgrowth in ponds this summer

Mon, Jul 25, 2022

Algae is a normal part of ponds, but too much algae can be a bad thing. Marley Beem, Oklahoma State University Extension aquaculture specialist, has tips on how to prevent algae overgrowth.

Department of Natural Resource Ecology and ManagementFood Land and Natural ResourcesOSU ExtensionOSU Agriculture
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