Purdue Extension is hosting a Wildlife Field Day on Saturday August 26th from 8:30 to Noon at 6615 S 875 E Monterey, IN. Topics will include warm season grass management, forest management for wildlife, invasive species, management for agricultural lands, and food plots. Read more to find out more information about the upcoming workshop!
Indiana DNR is now giving access to Indiana landowners to inexpensive, high quality seedlings. Read more to find out more about this program!
This free publication is a great guide to answer your questions regarding post-planting tree care. Sometimes supports are necessary as the staking materials provide physical barriers against mechanical damage of tree trunks, particularly damage due to lawn mowers and other lawn equipment.
The Woodland Steward, a valuable resource for foresters, woodland owners, timber marketing specialists and any woodland enthusiasts, now has released it's Spring 2017 edition. Learn more about the exciting topics covered with this new edition!
Purdue University has teamed up with four zoos to protect hellbenders. This effort is a worldwide collaboration as zoos, government agencies, and other conservation groups, implement much-needed conservation initiatives. Check out these videos and a new publication titled "How Our Zoos Help Hellbenders." Learn about the zoos that are collaborating with Purdue and the conservation efforts.
Many tree owners are faced with the decision of what to do with their trees relative to restoration or removal. This requires the expertise of trained, professional arborists to assist with the decision making regarding the best course of action.
Growth of a tree or flower is the result of the weather and the perpetuation of its natural growth cycle. To store sufficient resources for the following year, trees use the winter season as an opportunity to shuttle nutrients to their roots.