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Index of Articles - 2020

Barnyards & Backyards

Fall 2020

Title

Author(s)

Page #

Fall a great time to plan and prepare
Abby Perry
2
Selecting turfgrass for Wyoming no easy walk in the park
Chris Hilgert
4-7
Four garter snake species call Wyoming home
Neil Smith
8-11
A recipe for winter survival - safe, warm, well-fed and connected
Scott Cotton
12-13
The scoop on dirt and soil
Jeff Edwards
14-15
Jacelyn Downey
19-21
To be a weed. To not be a week. It all depends.
Jenna Meeks
22-23
Wyoming Department of Agriculture ag stress page offers resources
Lucy Pauley and Derek Grant
24-25
Ask Sam: I am new to gardening and would like to start. What are some easy vegetables for me to grow?
 
26

Summer 2020

Title

Author(s)

Page #

Irrigation, wildfire, weeds, vacations, pollinator plots – this issue bursts with topics
Brian Sebade
2
Pulling, mowing, burning can help stop weed spread after going to seed
Jess Butler
4-5
Planning ahead for animal care can let you have time away
Scott Cotton
6-7
Rain garden design filters, directs runoff from Gillette three‑acre parking lot
Fred Harrell
8-11
Nich Zaczek, Travis Pardue, and Melissa Mokry
12-15
Aquatic nuisances can cause big problems if not caught early
Jenna Meeks and Jess Butler
16-17
Manure boosts Wyoming landscapes no matter the source
Abby Perry
18-19
Watering methods, common sense help keep water where most needed
Abby Perry
20-21
Take advantage of unlikely moisture source to help establish pollinator plots
Rex Lockman
22-23
Scott Schell
24-26
Ask Sam: Weed-free hay
 
27

Spring 2020 - Entire Edition is Available for Free

Winter 2020

Title

Author(s)

Page #

We feature winter-themed articles but also look toward spring
Brian Sebade
2
Feeling stuck this winter? Try these activities to get out of a rut!
Rex Lockman
4-5
Jeff Edwards and Ted Craig
8-10
Many raptor species roam Wyoming skies. Here's how to identify them.
Zach Hutchinson
11-13
Fishy signs in Jackson Hole indicate "Trout Friendly" lawns.
Phoebe Coburn
16-17
Some veggies like it hot and some like it not - what this means for you and your garden!
Brian Sebade
18-20
Determine basic nutrient needs of animals on smaller operations.
Scott Cotton and Chance Marshall
21-22
What are pesticides and what does this mean for you?
Jenna Meeks
22-24
Weed and pest districts exist to assist landowners
Slade Franklin
25-27

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