Tag Archive for: Hedgerows

Stephanie Kasper's rainwater harvesting system

When in Drought, Plan It Out: Rain Harvesting

By Stephanie Kasper, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Program…

AgriSolar Podcast Ep. 4: Birds, Bees, and Butterflies – Solar Pollinator Habitat

Wondering how solar energy arrays can benefit pollinator health…
Woman walking small acreage field

Spotlighting Carbon Farm Planning

By Elise Haschke, Climate and Agriculture Program Manager, and…
Elderberry in a hedgerow
A collage of hedgerow plant species

Conservation Hedgerows for the Southwest

“Kill two birds with one stone” — isn't it time this old adage got an update? Instead of killing two birds with one stone, why don't we save two birds with one hedgerow? And protect soil from erosion while we're at it? And protect plants from wind damage, too? And do a bunch of other great things that benefit humans, animals, and the environment?
By Katherine Favor, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist

Episode 232. Conservation Hedgerows at Terranova Ranch

In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Katherine Favor heads to Terranova Ranch in the central San Joaquin Valley of California to talk about conservation hedgerows with Don Cameron, the ranch’s general manager and vice president.
NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Katherine Favor and Don Cameron, General Manager of Terranova Ranch

Conservation Hedgerows at Terranova Ranch

Terranova Ranch is dedicated to producing more than 25 premium…

Episode 211. Native Plants Offer More Than Beauty to the Farmscape

Native plants bring both beauty and resilience to the farmscape.…
Deergrass in a farm hedgerow

Tag Archive for: Hedgerows

Stephanie Kasper's rainwater harvesting system

When in Drought, Plan It Out: Rain Harvesting

By Stephanie Kasper, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Program…

AgriSolar Podcast Ep. 4: Birds, Bees, and Butterflies – Solar Pollinator Habitat

Wondering how solar energy arrays can benefit pollinator health…
Woman walking small acreage field

Spotlighting Carbon Farm Planning

By Elise Haschke, Climate and Agriculture Program Manager, and…
Elderberry in a hedgerow
A collage of hedgerow plant species

Conservation Hedgerows for the Southwest

“Kill two birds with one stone” — isn't it time this old adage got an update? Instead of killing two birds with one stone, why don't we save two birds with one hedgerow? And protect soil from erosion while we're at it? And protect plants from wind damage, too? And do a bunch of other great things that benefit humans, animals, and the environment?
By Katherine Favor, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist

Episode 232. Conservation Hedgerows at Terranova Ranch

In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Katherine Favor heads to Terranova Ranch in the central San Joaquin Valley of California to talk about conservation hedgerows with Don Cameron, the ranch’s general manager and vice president.
NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Katherine Favor and Don Cameron, General Manager of Terranova Ranch

Conservation Hedgerows at Terranova Ranch

Terranova Ranch is dedicated to producing more than 25 premium…

Episode 211. Native Plants Offer More Than Beauty to the Farmscape

Native plants bring both beauty and resilience to the farmscape.…
Deergrass in a farm hedgerow

Tag Archive for: Hedgerows

Stephanie Kasper's rainwater harvesting system

When in Drought, Plan It Out: Rain Harvesting

By Stephanie Kasper, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Program…

AgriSolar Podcast Ep. 4: Birds, Bees, and Butterflies – Solar Pollinator Habitat

Wondering how solar energy arrays can benefit pollinator health…
Woman walking small acreage field

Spotlighting Carbon Farm Planning

By Elise Haschke, Climate and Agriculture Program Manager, and…
Elderberry in a hedgerow
A collage of hedgerow plant species

Conservation Hedgerows for the Southwest

“Kill two birds with one stone” — isn't it time this old adage got an update? Instead of killing two birds with one stone, why don't we save two birds with one hedgerow? And protect soil from erosion while we're at it? And protect plants from wind damage, too? And do a bunch of other great things that benefit humans, animals, and the environment?
By Katherine Favor, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist

Episode 232. Conservation Hedgerows at Terranova Ranch

In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Katherine Favor heads to Terranova Ranch in the central San Joaquin Valley of California to talk about conservation hedgerows with Don Cameron, the ranch’s general manager and vice president.
NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Katherine Favor and Don Cameron, General Manager of Terranova Ranch

Conservation Hedgerows at Terranova Ranch

Terranova Ranch is dedicated to producing more than 25 premium…

Episode 211. Native Plants Offer More Than Beauty to the Farmscape

Native plants bring both beauty and resilience to the farmscape.…
Deergrass in a farm hedgerow