Monthly Archives: October 2013

Soil and Water Conservation

Most people don’t know that America’s most valuable and less recognized resource is right in the middle of our country.  Now you might think that this valuable asset is our Oil….No, it’s our Soil!   Without our soil and the farmers or “stewards of the … Continue reading

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Aldo Leopold: The 1930s, Limits of State-directed Conservatiion

Originally posted on Neither Kings nor Americans:
This blog has been quiet for a while, once again. There are a few reasons for this. One is that I have been burdened with completing my upcoming book, due out in a…

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Spotted Knapweed

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Spotted Knapweed in Missouri

  The year of 2004 is when I first noticed the invasive plant I had never seen before.  This is what they now call Spotted Knapweed.  The phone company had laid miles of cable and buried all the phone lines in the county … Continue reading

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Water and agriculture in Kansas: Sip it slowly. The Economist

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Mustangs

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Adopt a Wild Mustang Program

This past weekend I enjoyed an interpretive talk about the “Adopt a Wild One” program at Silver Dollar City.  A spokesperson from Harrison Arkansas was there with his two beautiful little fillies that were under two years of age.  This … Continue reading

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