Wheat producers hear update on UNL research
Justin McMechan, UNL graduate student, discusses research on over-summering hosts at the UNL High Plains Ag Lab field day. The plot in the background contains potential alternative hosts for the wheat curl mite, including pre-harvest wheat, post … Read more on Scottsbluff Star Herald
NGO's mite to blue-collar workers for their children's education
DUBAI: B. Saleem, a labourer from Karnataka, India was among the group of people who were awarded the newly launched Smartlife Sapna Scholarship for their children and complete their education. In a ceremony held at a labour camp in Al Qouz area in … Read more on Gulf Today
Part of the Inscribed Collection, a series of books has been released via Thomas Nelson, that really encourages a deeper search into the bible that goes beyond just “basic topical approaches” but takes a deep approach in an assuming ways. Exploring topics such as developing a deeper love for God’s word, looking into the book…
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If you all were here for my post last week, you will understand the whole thing with the 600 Brilliant Blog Post Ideas and where it came from, but if not, you can check it out here. If not, then read on.
We went out to Fort Macleod this weekend for a walk. It is one of my favourite places – there are actually shrubs and trees there. :) The girls have tonnes of stuff to sniff (some times too much – Lacey is often bringing us back delightful gifts) and it’s just nice to have a change of scenery every now and then. :)
We are pretty sure there were a couple of moose nearby. We didn’t see any tracks on our way out, but we did on the way back. The dogs were also acting like they suspected something was near but thankfully they couldn’t quite pinpoint where it was. Lacey cracked me up by sticking her nose deep into the footprints and sniffing. She reminded me of those trackers you see in the movies taking a pinch of poop and estimating how old it was. If she could talk, I’m sure she would have been telling us how old the tracks were based on their scent.
Judging by the tracks it was a momma and her baby. They would have been pretty cool to see but I’m glad we didn’t – I wouldn’t want to come across an angry and protective moose with our dogs off leash.