Some of the content on this website requires JavaScript to be enabled in your web browser to function as intended. While the website is still usable without JavaScript, it should be enabled to enjoy the full interactive experience.

Skip to Main Navigation. Each navigation link will open a list of sub navigation links.

Skip to Main Content

2010 Archives|Barnyards & Backyards

Barnyards & Backyards Index of Articles - 2010

(Back issues of the magazine can be ordered)


Issues: 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

Winter 2010

   

Title

Author(s)

Page

Five years and going strong! Tony Hoch pg. 4
Educator describes how to achieve property management goals Dallas Mount pg. 5-7
Featured Landowner: Land manager's advice springs from half-century of experience Bill Kohlbrand pg. 8-10
Beetle epidemic provides landowners fresh start Mark Ellison pg. 11-13
Beware the dreaded chimney fire Bradley Carroll pg. 14-16
Marketing at the market? Prepare for selling at a farmers market Cole Ehmke pg. 17-19
When Fido and Fluffy attack: Minimizing pet-wildlife conflicts Jacelyn Downey pg. 20-21
Here's how to build a hoop house Jeff Edwards, Ted Craig, Del Jimenez pg. 22-25
Ask Sam: How to reduce grasshopper infestations   pg. 26
     

Spring 2010

   

Title

Author(s)

Page

The Barnyards and Backyards community Tony Hoch pg 4
Finding community in the garden Christina Schmidt pg 5-8
Geothermal heat pumps: A better way to heat and cool your home Milt Geiger pg 9-11
Coming home, dreams, and returning to agricultural roots Maureen Meagher pg 12-15
Conservation easements and land trusts: Tools for preserving agriculture and open spaces Sandra Frost pg 16-18
Establishing trees and shrubs on salt-affected sites Joe Scianna pg 19-21
How to use GPS to help calibrate sprayers Dana Erdman pg 22
They're not in Kansas anymore, Dorothy, nor Georgia for that matter! Property Improvement Project: Focus on the Browns Tom Heald pg 23-25
Soils, insects, septic systems, weeds, and more topics at rural living workshops Jennifer Thompson & Steve Miller pg 26-27
Never too early to protect against grasshoppers Scott Schell pg 28-29
As Sam: Grazing agreements   pg 30
     

Summer 2010

   

Title

Author(s)

Page

The race is on! Tony Hoch pg 4
Neighbors team to control Russian olive Bob Parsons pg 5-6
How to determine if that renewable energy project makes economic sense Ben Rashford pg 7-9
Featured landowners: Working with neighbors streamlines irrigation water use Michelle Huntington pg 10-11
Can you name these common Wyoming shrubs? Tony Hoch w/ suggestions by EP & RM pg 12
Don't have a plant M.D.? Here's how to determine what's ailing them Karen Panter pg 13-16
Weeds on the move: Ways to stop the spread Ken Henke pg 17-19
Third property improvement project contains forest, riparian areas Mark Hughes pg 20-22
Picking plants: How to collect and preserve plants for identification Rachel Mealor & Brian Mealor pg 23-25
Ask Sam: Water rights & responsibilities   pg 26
     

Fall 2010

   

Title

Author(s)

Page

Why we fuss over weeds Tony Hoch pg 4
Late calving makes best use of forage for cows, takes advantage of nature Jim Waggoner, Mike Smith pg 5-6
Unmasking a mysterious fall visitor to Wyoming Catherine Symchych pg 7-8
Solar thermal - a cost-effective renewable energy Milton Geiger pg 9-11
Featured landowners: Cody Country Bed and Biscuit owners diversify production on their 6 acres Saige Albert pg 12-14
Do you know these infamous weeds? Mary Mckinney, Amy Jerup pg 15
You can help keep invasive weeds at bay Brian Mealor pg 16-17
Use pesticides with care around your home Mark Ferrell pg 18-20
Here's how to identify Wyoming's wonderful raptors Tim Ludwick pg 21-23
Ask Sam - placement of corral, etc to protect well quality Tony Hoch pg 24
Add a dash of homegrown zest to your diet Sandra Frost pg 25

Share This Page:

Footer Navigation

University of Wyoming Medallion
 
1000 E. University Ave. Laramie, WY 82071 // UW Operators (307) 766-1121 // Contact Us // Download Adobe Reader