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Kansas ForestService Jun 17
The National Walnut Council Meeting is underway! Riparian forestry is one of many topics for today’s field tour.
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Kansas ForestService Jun 13
It looks like June will be a quiet month in across Rocky Mountain Region 2 with wetter and cooler weather this Spring.
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Kansas ForestService Jun 13
sat down with from to discuss and answer common questions. Watch the interview on our YouTube channel:
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Darci Paull Jun 13
I got my copy! Do you have yours? 🌳🌲
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Kansas ForestService Jun 13
The causal agent of Sudden Oak Death, Phytophthora ramorum, was detected in rhododendrons purchased in Walmarts across . Only plants purchased in April, May or June of 2019 need to be removed from the landscape and destroyed.
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Northern Research Jun 13
Our web features include a scientist focused on family forest owners, urban forest inventory, the community stewardship / community resilience link, & a partnership that is all about prescribing in .
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Kansas ForestService Jun 12
Sudden Oak Death was confirmed for the first time ever in this month. No, it is not in our oaks yet, but we need to take steps to ensure their safety.
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Manhattan Flood Updates Jun 10
**HIGH WATER ADVISORY LIFTED JUNE 10** Releases at Tuttle Creek Dam have been decreased to 12,000cfs and the High Water Advisory has been lifted for downstream areas. Read more at
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Kansas ForestService Jun 6
Spring fire season was quiet here in Kansas, but a billion acres of land across America are at risk of catastrophic
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Kansas ForestService Jun 6
Challenged accepted! We may not be known for our forests in , but we are sure going to make an epic video to celebrate Smokey Bear's birthday!
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Kansas ForestService Jun 6
Challenged accepted! We may not be known for our forests in , but we are sure going to make an epic video to celebrate Smokey Bear's birthday!
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USDA NRCS May 24
Riparian Forest Buffers are just one of the ways you can use agroforestry to your advantage. Here are four more:
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Manhattan Flood Updates Jun 1
Free TDAP shots begin at 11 a.m. and runs through 2 p.m. The shots are available to anyone within the flood prone areas. Protect yourself and your family for free at the Riley County Health Department.
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Kansas ForestService May 30
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Kansas ForestService May 30
We’re in Piper, a NW Wyandotte Co. community, this morning planting community trees to replace canopy loss.
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Darci Paull May 8
Road tripping with the foresters! Big Salt Marsh at Quivira National Wildlife Refuge.
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Rep. Deb Haaland May 9
We're live with a hearing on protecting communities from wildfire risks, which are increasing due to the higher temperatures, drier conditions, and insect and disease outbreaks brought on by . :
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USFS RMRS May 9
more than 60 million people in the US rely on forests for their water supply? Learn more about and water:
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NRCS_Kansas May 8
National Wildflower Week Wildflowers are beautiful & practical. They attract & bring balance to the land.
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Kansas ForestService May 7
Well deserved recognition for a dedicated !
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