Entomology Students Propose Plastic as Food Source for Insects

By Pat Melgares, K-State Research and Extension news service   Manhattan, KS– It seems like such a simple question.   “What if…?”   Yet, for a team of undergraduate and graduate entomology students at Kansas State University, it was just the opening salvo in their quest to help tackle one of the world’s most pressing […]

Terrariums Can Introduce a New Generation to Gardening

By Trisha Gedon Stillwater, OK– When people think of gardening, they probably envision the traditional plot of land in the landscape filled with vegetable plants, flowers and shrubs. It’s possible, however, to have a tiny garden inside the home. Terrariums not only add to a home’s décor, they are also a great way to introduce […]

Let the Sun Shine In! at Sunflower Fair Tuesday, Sept. 20 in Salina

Salina, KS- After two-years, the Sunflower Fair is back! Seniors, caregivers, and anyone who plans to celebrate more happy birthdays are invited!  It happens Tuesday, Sept. 20 at the Tony’s Pizza Events Center from 8 am to 4 pm in Salina.   Cost is $20 before September 10 and $25 after this date.  Registrations are […]