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Environmental law enforcement is the focus of free, upcoming seminar

OSU Extension will partner with the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality and the U.S. Department of Agriculture-Rural Development to host a free Oklahoma Environmental Law Enforcement Training Seminar in Durant, Oklahoma, on July 25.
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OSU Library project unveiled at White House Tribal Nations Summit

Mon, Nov 15, 2021

The Oklahoma State University Library is partnering with the United States Department of Agriculture and the Department of the Interior to create the “Tribal Treaties Database.” The project was publicly announced on Nov. 15 at the White House Tribal Nations Summit.

U.S. Department of AgricultureNative AmericanslibraryResearchNews TopicsOutreach and EngagementEdmon Low LibrarytribalDOI
No surprises with 2021 Oklahoma cotton harvest

Thu, Nov 11, 2021

Summertime weather conditions that started dry but got a much-needed boost from abundant July rainfall helped southwestern Oklahoma’s cotton crop recover nicely in time for fall harvest.

Food Land and Natural ResourcesOutreach and EngagementcottonOSU Ag ResearchOSU AgricultureOSU ExtensionDepartment of Plant and Soil SciencesNews TopicsCrops
Reasons for optimism as US agriculture heads into 2022

Tue, Oct 26, 2021

Commodity prices will be high, but most industry analysts don’t expect producers and related agribusiness operators to feel the full brunt of the cost increases this year.

OSU AgricultureNews TopicsDepartment of Agricultural EconomicsSUNUP#OrangeIsTheAnswerOutreach and EngagementOSU Extension
OSU Extension offers diabetes webinars

Mon, Oct 25, 2021

The webinar series is offered free of charge. Registration is required to receive the Zoom password.

Family and Consumer SciencesOSU AgricultureZoomNews TopicsOSU ExtensionOutreach and Engagement
Livestock producers should examine drought assistance programs

Thu, Oct 07, 2021

Drought conditions have hit some Oklahoma livestock producers hard, but help may be available through U.S. Department of Agriculture assistance programs for operations that depend heavily on forage and grazing.

News TopicsOSU ExtensionLivestockdroughtOklahoma MesonetOSU AgricultureOutreach and EngagementDepartment of Agricultural Economics
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