Cole crops are the family of vegetables that include broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, kohlrabi, and kale...
Snow! What good is it? There are garden benefits to snow...
A new series of Web-based seminars focusing on land use, offered by Penn State Extension, will kick off at noon on Feb. 19 with a presentation about transit-oriented communities.
As young children explore paint by putting it all over their hands, or create collages with torn paper, it’s noticeable how involved they get in their activities. Children delight in exploring and creating with art materials. These art experiences help children develop many life skills.
Penn State University Extension Equine is planning an equine health seminar for horse owners.
The barrage of wintry weather will continue for the next ten days to two weeks (at least), though the frequent storms should diminish later next week (after Feb 14).
Winterkill tends to be worst when temperatures drop below 0 F with minimal snow cover.
New markets for value-added, identity preserved grains are emerging.
Will this winter's cold temperatures reduce pest populations in your crops next year?
Learn about different management options by attending this webinar.
Greg Roth gives a preview of the topics and speakers at this year's PCPC.
The Crop Management Webinar Series is mid-way through its schedule, but there are still opportunities to participate.
Registration deadlines are coming up fast for Bradford, Somerset, Lebanon and Mercer Counties.
Needled evergreens have been described as the “backbones of the landscape,” the unchanging canvas designers use as a foil for flowering trees and shrubs, herbaceous ornamentals, and even turfgrass areas.
When Noel and Catherine Martinez decided to participate in Strengthening Families Program for Parents and Youth 10-14 (SFP) with their son, Angel, they didn’t know what to expect.
Henbit (Lamium amplexicaule) is a common winter annual. Like many of our common weed species, it grows in many areas – lawns, landscape plantings, nursery containers, unmanaged sites.
Online, on target STEM professional development for out-of-school-time professionals.
The Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Program provides a safe way to dispose of products that are hazardous in nature but are not regulated as hazardous waste under state and federal regulations.
In the winter water gets much colder and ice may cover the top of the pond for an extended period of time. How does this affect the animals living in the pond?