CARE

June 25, 2018 0
Conservation & Agriculture Reach Everyone By Sarah Blaney Oklahoma is home to more than 18,000 Native American, African-American, Hispanic-American and Asian-American farmers and ranchers. The majority of the minority producers in Oklahoma are Native-American and […]

A Tenacious Leader

May 21, 2018 0
Jimmy Emmons receives the Leopold Conservation Award By Chris Cox and Sarah Blaney In Oklahoma, conservation plays a key role in just about every farming and ranching operation. Soil health and water conservation practices help […]

The Endurance of Conservation Districts

April 10, 2018 0
By Sarah Blaney “In this democracy, national action to conserve soil must be generated by these millions of land users. If they are active and willing participants in such a movement, it will endure; otherwise […]

Regenerative Agriculture

February 21, 2018 0
By Sarah Blaney and Greg Scott Regenerative agriculture is a term coined in the early 1970s by Robert Rodale of the Rodale Institute as “a holistic systems approach to farming that encourages continual innovation for […]

Curiosity: A New Year’s Resolution

January 1, 2018 0
By Sarah Blaney Confession. I am awful at New Year’s resolutions. Exercise more, write hand-written letters, worry less, be patient, finally visit that family member. In an ideal world, we would set these goals, write […]

Oklahoma Healthy Soils Project

December 4, 2017 0
By Sarah Blaney For more than 100 years, demonstration farms have been set up across the United States to give farmers and ranchers an opportunity to see practical application of new and evolving agriculture practices. […]

Farm to Food Bank

October 16, 2017 0
Feeding our Soil & our Neighbors By Sarah Blaney On a hot, humid August morning, nine volunteers gathered at a four and one-half acre field in Dewey County, Okla. The volunteers picked Lebanese squash, lemon […]