Where can you find the ROPS to fit your tractor?
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released a set of safety principles related to sweep auger safety.
The best conservation practices for shale-gas extraction will be the focus of a free, Web-based seminar offered by Penn State Extension at 1 p.m. on Feb. 21.
The Chesapeake Bay Program’s Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC) has just released "Exploring the Environmental Effects of Shale Gas Development in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed." This report has been submitted to CBP Management Board and a response has been requested on its specific recommendations.
Project-based learning is not a new concept. It has experienced waves of interest for more than 50 years, being called different names and enlisting various endorsements.
Death, Loss, and Grief: Understanding How to Support Children; The Ins and Outs of Good Circle Times; Music for the Non-musical; Building Community Support for Out-of-School Time Programs. Are you aware that Penn State Better Kid Care provides comprehensive curricula in early childhood development?
Punxsy Phil calls for an early spring, but still snow left in the forecast.
Pennsylvania vehicle code makes new exemptions.
Be prepared by knowing the law.
Consider adding clover to your cover crop this spring.
Is your equipment ready for planting? Follow this checklist.
The new 2013-2014 edition of the Penn State Agronomy Guide is now available for purchase.
Searching for classes & checking your pesticide credits online.
Updated 101+ Snack Ideas. Better Kid Care has developed an extensive collection of research-to-practice articles, resources pages, and publications for practitioners and families that you can use to build your program, expand staff development, implement curriculum, understand children's development, and support families.
Penn State Extension is hosting a series of webinars during the winter of 2013 to focus on cover crop innovations.
As anticipated, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett today (Feb. 5) presented his 2013-14 budget, which included level funding of a little more than $214 million for Penn State's annual state appropriation. Also contained in his budget proposal is level funding at nearly $13.6 million for Penn College and $44.7 million for Agricultural Research and Extension. "In this difficult budget environment, the governor's offer of level funding is a clear sign that higher education is critical for Pennsylvania's economic recovery and for our next generation of workers. The governor's budget proposal is the beginning of a long process of legislative review and we are pleased that he has recommended no cuts in our appropriation this year," said Penn State President Rodney Erickson.
Pest Prevention Using IPM. Penn State's Better Kid Care and Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Programs are teaming up to bring you "Go Green for Kids," a monthly tip to help you provide a healthier and safer environment for the children in your care.
Supporting providers. Each month, Support for Military-Connected Families features research-based information to support and increase the quality of caring for children from military-connected families.
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