MANHATTAN – The From the Land of Kansas Annual Meeting and Farmers’ Market Conference will be held March 16-17, in Manhattan. The conference includes the annual meeting for members, partners and farmers’ markets. It will feature general sessions, specialized workshops and a wholesale trade s…
BUNKER HILL – Smoky Hills Public Television will be hosting “An Evening with Mike Pearson” at 6 p.m. April 5 in Great Bend. Pearson is the host of “Market to Market,” which airs on Smoky Hills Public Television Friday nights at 8 p.m., Saturday mornings at 7 a.m. and Sundays at noon.
Two Yield Editor Workshops from K-State Research and Extension iare scheduled for Thursday and Friday:
MANHATTAN – The Kansas Department of Agriculture is seeking individuals to participate in a beef genetics trade mission April 23-27, in Costa Rica.
Spring is the optimal time for many people to do prescribed burns across Kansas, especially in the Flint Hills. It invigorates grass/crop growth, reduces noxious weeds, and eliminates excessive dead plant material. These materials, often called fuels, can be variable from season to season. I…
Thanks to timely rains last year, Mount Hope-area farmer Jeff Winter figures on some of his fields he pumped half the amount of water that he normally uses to irrigate his crops.
TOPEKA – Garden City Mayor Chris Law wasn’t in Topeka Tuesday, but he would have liked what was said.
Kansas has more than 6,000 dead towns. Here are a few of them I traveled to as a Hutchinson News journalist.
There is no Trump in Kansas, but Scott County has Pence.
DUNLAP — Benjamin “Pap” Singleton, who was born a slave in 1809 in Nashville, Tenn., considered himself a latter-day Moses.