UKREC FIELD DAY...After a three year layoff
UK’s Research and Education Center at Princeton was back with another
Field Day, offering activities and programs for the entire family.
Extension Today has a complete wrap up on Field Day ’05.
GYPSY MOTH…The Gypsy Moth is a threat to
Kentucky’s hardwood timber industry if it gets established here. See what
experts from UK’s Entomology Department are doing to keep the pest from
making in its home in the Bluegrass State.
NIGHT INSECT WALK…This was the 18th year for
families and children to venture into the night at Raven Run Nature
Sanctuary in search of insects. It was the Entomology Department’s Night
DEMONSTRATION GARDEN…Master Gardeners in Fayette
County maintain a demonstration vegetable garden in the arboretum near
UK’s campus. The garden has many facets from an educational resource to a
INSECT PEST MANAGEMENT…It’s
a practice commercial nursery producers use to effectively control pests
and make their plants healthier and more attractive to their consumers.
IPM techniques save nursery owners time and money, so they can pass the
savings along to their customers.
people ages 10 to 12 years old learned how to be Star Chefs in a summer
enrichment program in Mason County. It helped some of the students to get
over their fears of cooking and using sharp knives, while learning how to
read a recipe and other techniques.