Monthly Archives: August 2014

MSU geologist discovers natural methane seepage

> > > STARKVILLE, Miss.–New questions about geology, oceanography and seafloor ecosystems are being raised because of research by a Mississippi State University geologist. > > Lead author Adam Skarke, assistant professor of geosciences at MSU, worked with researchers from…

Plant proper fields for upcoming dove season

> > > By Brittany Jacks > MSU Ag Communications > > MISSISSIPPI STATE — Dove hunting season is quickly approaching, and many Mississippians are eager to participate in the traditions of family and fellowship involved in hunting the nation’s…

Healthy choices help grandparents age well

> By Keri Collins Lewis > MSU Ag Communications > > MISSISSIPPI STATE — Getting older can make chasing after the grandkids tougher, but positive choices now can make it possible to keep up with them for years to come.…

Jumping trapjaw ant found in Mississippi

> > By Bonnie Coblentz > MSU Ag Communications > > MISSISSIPPI STATE — A large, jumping ant has reached large enough numbers that its slow invasion of the Mississippi Gulf Coast is starting to be noticed. > > Odontomachus…

Cool-season food plots benefit wildlife, diversity

> > > By Bill Hamrick > Wildlife Biologist > MSU Extension Service > > As fall approaches, many hunters and landowners begin to turn their attention toward planting cool-season wildlife food plots. If you’re like me, it’s something you…

September Special Beginnings Classes at OCH

> > Sodas for Siblings Class Helps Prepare Big Brother, Big Sister > Being a new big brother or big sister is not always easy, so OCH Regional Medical Center is helping to make the transition a little smoother. The…