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Backyard poultry producers may find themselves able to offset increased prices for eggs as Oklahoma and the nation deal with COVID-19 concerns.
Social distancing mandates may have cancelled field days, but wheat growers can get a sneak peek of OSU's 2020 wheat tour virtually starting April 25 on the show.
Although socially isolated due to coronavirus, a collection of volunteers connected to Oklahoma State University have united to sew more than 27,500 face masks for healthcare workers and others across the state of Oklahoma – and the work is ongoing.
The Oklahoma State University Foundation was selected as the second Best Nonprofit to Work For in 2020 among mid-sized organizations and fifth overall by The NonProfit Times. The Best Companies Group partnered with The NonProfit Times to identify nonprofit organizations across the country where leaders have excelled in creating quality workplaces.
The greenery in spring bloom at Scissortail Park were chosen for central Oklahoma, OSU alumnus and horticulture director Lance Swearengen said. Extension played a key role. That’s not hyperbole, either; it’s a design point expected to save hundreds of thousands of dollars for taxpayers who backed the MAPS 3 project, the park’s director of horticulture said recently.
The shifting landscape mosaic promoted by patch burning more closely mimics Mother Nature, for which fire is vital for renewal.
The project will help agricultural land managers adopt practices that will increase food production and promote more sustainable rangelands.
The U.S. cattle industry lost an estimated $13.6 billion by early April this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and more economic damages to agriculture are likely, according to a study commissioned by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association released this week.
Steve Beck is the new program leader for the Oklahoma 4-H Youth Development Program.
The CARES Act will provide financial relief to many, including those with students loans and those collecting unemployment benefits.
Soil temperatures and other weather conditions indicate most Oklahoma crop producers wanting to plant corn should do so now.
Proper use of a fire extinguisher is essential.
OSU-CHS Associate Dean of American Indians in Medicine and Science, Dr. Kent Smith, Ph.D., writes a blog on his recent launch of virtual STEM classes for rural public schools and tribal partners amidst the COVID-19 outbreak.
OSU multimedia journalism and Spanish junior Kayla Dunn seeks to share stories and change perceptions.
Oklahoma State University’s New Product Development Center (NPDC) is offering free research and guidance to young Oklahoma inventors through its Inventor’s Assistance Service program.
Recommendations from the National Firewise Communities helps landowners be proactive against wildfires.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Oklahoma State University’s May commencement ceremonies will be held in Stillwater on Dec. 11-12.
Events are canceled, gatherings are discouraged and universities across the nation are experiencing some extraordinary obstacles. The COVID-19 pandemic has created a variety of barriers around the world.
COVID-19 is wreaking havoc globally, in the U.S. and in the state of Oklahoma. Payne County alone has 14 confirmed cases already (updated March 31, 2020). Protective gears are urgently needed for those medical and police personnel who are on the frontline of fight against the coronavirus pandemic. On March 30, the Stillwater Chinese community, led by the OSU Chinese Faculty & Staff Association (CFSA) and the Stillwater Chinese Baptist Church (SCBC), donated 7,200 facemasks to Stillwater Medical Center and another 2,400 to the Stillwater Police Department.
With the recent closing of face-to-face school, many parents have become “instant” mathematics teachers for their children.
Oklahoma State University’s (OSU) Diagnostic Laboratory has completed its validation and verification procedures and is now operational as an approved COVID-19 diagnostic lab, dramatically increasing Oklahoma’s testing capabilities. The lab does not test individuals for the virus, but rather analyzes samples sent by health care providers.
With events nationwide cancelling due to coronavirus, leaders of the Oklahoma State Science and Engineering Fair (OSSEF) found a way for nearly 200 student competitors to continue showcasing their research … all while keeping a safe social distance.
While the primary concern of the COVID-19 pandemic is for human health, horse owners should have plans in place to ensure proper care of their horses in case of sickness and hospitalization.
The coronavirus pandemic has driven home the importance of financial management and emergency savings accounts.