Grazing Oklahoma – Indiangrass

August 2, 2016 0

By Rob Cook Characteristics: Indiangrass is a native, warm-season, perennial grass with short, scaly rhizomes. It is best adapted to deep, moist soils but can be found growing on a wide variety of soils. Mature […]

Oklahoma State Parks: Beavers Bend State Park

July 15, 2016 0

By Laci Jones Known for its hospitality, Beavers Bend State Park is the place to visit all year round, according to Jim Miller, park manager at Beavers Bend State Park. “In southeast Oklahoma, the terrain […]

Grazing Oklahoma – Giant Ragweed

June 24, 2016 0

By Josh Gaskamp Characteristics: Giant ragweed is an annual, warm-season forb native to North Ameeaches six feet. Thick green stems are covered with stiff white hairs, which make them very coarse to touch. Leaves can […]

Oklahoma State Park: Osage Hills State Park

June 15, 2016 0

By Laci Jones With architecture that looks like it was always meant to be there, the Osage Hills State Park, located in the largest county in the state—Osage County, is celebrating its 80th anniversary in […]

Grazing Oklahoma – Threeawns

June 1, 2016 0

By Rob Cook Characteristics: Several threeawn species grow in Oklahoma and are commonly known as tickle grass or wiregrass. Threeawns are native, warm-season, annual or perennial grasses. Mature height is about 6 to 20 inches […]

Oklahoma State Park: Robbers Cave State Park

May 16, 2016 0

By Laci Jones Located in the woodlands of Sans Bois Mountains of southeast Oklahoma, Robbers Cave State Park is filled with history and beauty. “Robbers Cave State Park is a really unique park for Oklahoma,” […]

Grazing Oklahoma – Saw Greenbrier

May 4, 2016 0

By Josh Gaskamp Characteristics: Greenbrier is a perennial, warm-season woody vine native to the eastern two-thirds of North America, including the Southern Great Plains. It can climb into tree canopies using tendrils or when there […]

Grazing Oklahoma – Scribner’s Panicum

April 11, 2016 0

By Rob Cook Characteristics: Scribner’s panicum is a native, cool-season perennial grass. It grows about 6 to 18 inches tall. The leaves of Scribner’s panicum are broad and flat with a pointed tip. They are […]

The Art of Turkey Calls

March 30, 2016 0

By Laci Jones It is that time of the year again—spring turkey season. Oklahoma turkey hunters are waiting anxiously for the day they can grab their gear and head out to the woods. Ron Jordan […]

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