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Bringing Maple Syrup Production to the Interior West

Bringing Maple Syrup Production to the Interior West

05/03/2021

Maple syrup, which is commonly produced in Canada and the northeastern United States, is a household staple. It is made by boiling sap that is collected from maple trees, namely the sugar maple (Acer saccharum). The production of maple syrup is highly dep...

Prescribed Burning - Landowner Responsibility and Liability

Prescribed Burning - Landowner Responsibility and Liability

04/06/2021

Prescribed fire is a common land management practice used in the western United States by public land managers and private landowners alike. It is important that landowners understand their liability if their prescribed burn goes astray. Many states offer...

Biochar Update: NRCS introduces Soil Carbon Amendment Practice available to Utah landowners

Biochar Update: NRCS introduces Soil Carbon Amendment Practice available to Utah landowners

02/11/2021

The definition of the Soil Carbon Amendment Practice Standard (808) is to use amendments derived from plant or animal residues to improve the physical, chemical, and biological properties of the soil.

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