Maurice Maeterlinck, a Belgian dramatist born in 1862, wrote plays, poems and essays. In 1911, Maeterlinck was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature for his wide range of literary efforts but especially for his dramatic works.
Purdue's Beginning Farmer and Rancher program is offering new and aspiring farmers an opportunity to visit 10 Indiana agribusinesses and learn from Purdue Extension educators, producers and other experts about topics ranging from organic produce to shrimp farming.
Spring is a prime time for improving your property with new trees. They provide many benefits which everyone can share. Wise planning is essential to ensure the new trees meet your design needs and functional solutions as well. Follow these tips to get your tree started right and make it a long-lasting sustainable planting.
When you hear about endangered species, most of us think about the plights of our furry or feathered friends. This article describes the plight of one of the less cuddly members of the endangered species list, the Butternut.
Plant science isn't just growing plants! There are enormous problems facing an increasingly complicated world. Check out "Plant Sciences: The Green Machine (High School)" to learn about the incredible diversity in the field of plant science.
This FREE workshop for K-5 educators and administrators will receive the opportunity to help children connect with nature while receiving the benefits of health and wellness. Educators can earn 16 Professional Growth Plan Points and receive a $200 stipend for integration of lessons into the classroom. Lectures and activities will include: exploring with your senses; guided imagery, creative writing, introducing school gardens, educational hikes, animal tracking and wildlife viewing.
With spring comes planting of trees and shrubs along with questions of best practices to ensure success. The publication "Planting Forest Trees and Shrubs in Indiana" provides an abbreviated 10-step approach to successfully plant and establish healthy, productive forest plantings.