Monthly Archives: March 2014

Large animal rescues require special training

> > > MISSISSIPPI STATE – People coming to the aid of large animals involved in accidents and disasters need to proceed with caution for themselves and the distressed animals. > > Mississippi State University is hosting a two-day training…

MSU research center to hold Oxford design seminar

> > > Mississippi State’s Carl Small Town Center is holding a March 24 seminar in Oxford titled “Design for Public Officials.” > > The research center is part of the School of Architecture in the university’s College of Architecture,…

Shamrocks are good landscape additions

> > With St. Patrick’s Day almost here, I’m reminded of the good old days trying to find lucky four-leaf clovers in my lawn as a kid. Of course, some years it was hard because clover is a weed and…

MSU Extension offers Farm Bill workshops

> > > MISSISSIPPI STATE – In a series of workshops across the state, Mississippi State University Extension Service agricultural economists will share information about the recently signed 2014 Farm Bill. > > “Introduction to the New Farm Bill” will…

Get ready for spring planting, landscaping

> > Get ready for spring > planting, landscaping > > By Brian Templeton and Bob Brzuszek > MSU Extension Service > > MISSISSIPPI STATE — Garden centers and plant outlets are now stocking up on a variety of trees,…

Learn how native plants sustain humans, wildlife

> > > PICAYUNE – Homeowners, gardeners and nature lovers can learn how native plants help humans thrive during the Mississippi State University Crosby Arboretum Lecture Series on March 15. > > Doug Tallamy, a professor in the Department of…