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Interested in reducing food waste and saving money on produce? You might consider regrowing vegetables from kitchen scraps. Take celery for example. You can cut 3 inches off the bottom of a head of … more
Wapiti Mefford is a 16 year old 4-H’er from Newton County where he is the president of the Pirate Pride Teen Leaders Club. His main project is civic engagement, with his secondary project as … more
Hello everyone, For this article I thought I would share some inspirational thoughts from “Forage-Livestock Quotes and Concepts by D.M. Ball, G.D Lacefield, V.G. Allen, C.S. Hoveland and … more
At summer's end, indoor plants need attention too By JESSICA DAMIANO Associated PressAs summer winds down, gardeners tend to focus on enjoying the last of the season's harvests, clearing away … more
LITTLE ROCK – Funding of $280 million was approved to help address statewide water needs. The approved funding includes $270 million to address water, wastewater, and stormwater … more
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s Lauren Cannon and Bradley Savage will present “2022-2023 Deer Hunting Info & Resources” at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28 at the Newton … more
The 2022 Boone County and Northwest Arkansas District Fair Pageant was held Sunday, Aug. 27 at the Fairgrounds in Harrison. Young ladies from Baxter, Boone, Carroll, Madison, Marion, Newton and … more
LITTLE ROCK —The Arkansas Department of Agriculture has extended the deadline to apply for the Homegrown by Heroes scholarship that provides $1,000 to military veterans and active military … more
Summer lovin’ CONTRIBUTED PHOTO/Samantha HarnessA newborn calf nuzzles its momma along the pond bank as they soak up the final rays of summer sun. more
Fast Facts: Buffalo River Watershed Enhancement Project working to reduce soil erosion, enhance water quality Buffalo River Watershed producers seeking to improve pastures $359K funding obligated for agricultural conservation in Buffalo River Watershed more
Many of the vegetables we grow in our gardens produce seeds, and if they're harvested and stored correctly they have the potential to grace us with free plants. Late summer is the perfect time to … more
The velvety touch and smell of a fresh peach make my mouth water to taste … more
Continuing education CONTRIBUTED PHOTOSAgriculture Teachers across the state took time out for additional training at Arkansas Tech University. more
Much of the country has experienced drought and extreme heat this summer. And turfgrass lawns are … more
The Boone County Cattlemen’s Association met for their August meeting Thursday, Aug. 11, at the Boone County Fairgrounds. CS Bank in Harrison sponsored this month’s meeting. President … more
USDA reports demand for honey Staff Reportnews@harrisondaily.comERIE, Colo. — U.S. honey demand reached an all-time high, according to the latest Sugar and Sweeteners Outlook report published … more
ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Bayer announced the launch of ForGround, a farmer-first digital platform that will transform the way farms of all sizes can more easily make the transition to sustainable … more
Tamara Allen, Family and Consumer Science Agent, prepared a taco bar supper for members of the Boone County Extension Advisory Committee and guests. Allen opened the yearly meeting at 5:30 p.m. … more
AP — Florida's outbreak of listeria has so far led to at least one death, 22 hospitalizations and an ice cream recall since January. Humans get sick with listeria infections, or listeriosis, … more
AP — Water is the most essential resource for life, for both humans and the crops we consume. Around the world, agriculture accounts for 70% of all freshwater use.I study computers and … more
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