Department of Plant Sciences Seminars

Fridays, 1:10-2 p.m., College Agriculture and Natural Resources, room 2024 3-Nov Cynthia Weinig Botany /EPSCoR Linking Microbial Life to Ecosystem Services across Wyoming’s Dynamic Landscape https://zoom.us/j/416890237 10-Nov Elizabeth Mosqueda and Albert Adjesiwor PhD Proposals Efficacy and Economics of Crop Rotation, Tillage and Herbicide and Diversity…

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Changing Faces, Changing Places

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Welcome: Gaddis, Shelby: Laramie Research & Extension Center/Agricultural Experiment Station, office associate (10/10) Nagy, Kristi: Laramie County UW Extension, 4-H military educator (11/13)

Proposals Submitted

Proposals Submitted

Crane, Kelly: $88,000 to USDA NIFA for “Wind River Federally Recognized Tribes Extension Program.” Despain, Johnathan, and Tansey Sussex: $22,500 to Kansas State University for “4-H Military Club Grant.” Fox, Jonathan, and Jason Gigley: $1,765,274 to NIH for “Environmental and Mutant Huntingtin-mediated Upregulation of Indoleamine-2,3-diocygenase…

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Monies Awarded

Monies Awarded

Beck, Jeffrey: $77,500 from Sublette County Conservation District for “Greater Sage-Grouse Winter Concentration Area Habitat Delineation.” Scasta, Derek: $76,623 from Bureau of Land Management for “Fire Effects on Herbaceous Regeneration across an Invasion Gradient of Grasslands and Shrublands.”

How the ag community supports UW sports and judging teams

Steer-A-Year award winners are recognized on the field during the UW-Hawaii football game.

Ranchers, businesses and individuals with ties to the agriculture community donate calves, yearlings, livestock transportation, and cash for feed through the Cowboy Joe Club Steer-A-Year program. Proceeds from sales of the finished steers support UW student-athletes from Wyoming high schools, the UW rodeo team, and…

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New Publications

Publications

Grass-legume mixtures improve forage yield, quality, stand persistence Based on over three years’ study in Wyoming’s environments, there is clear evidence grass-legume mixtures have beneficial effects on forage productivity, quality, and stand persistence. There are numerous, unquantifiable environmental benefits as well. Economics of Transitioning from…

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New Videos

Videos

Hackberry Nipple Gall Garden Beets Lawn Aeration Deadheading Roses Pine Beetle Life Cycle

Calendar

Calendar

October 12: Thomas Jefferson’s Revolutionary Garden, Laramie, 4:30 p.m. at the Berry Biodiversity Center Auditorium.

Proposals Submitted

Proposals Submitted

Beck, Jeffrey: $225,000 to Bureau of Land Management (BLM) for “BLM-(MT), Sage Grouse Habitat Delineation.” Fay, David, Alisa Piekny, and Michael Alion: $2,164,000 to National Institutes of Health for “Mechanisms Controlling Tissue Morphogenesis, Architecture, and the Response to Mechanical Forces in C. elegans.” Garrelts, Ashley:…

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Monies Awarded

Monies Awarded

Hess, Bret: $43,700 from USDA Agricultural Research Service for “Growth Efficiency and Carcass Traits of Breed-Composite Rams.”