Some colorful watering cans covered with snow (Photo: iStock - Brinja Schmidt)

Even in winter, gardens need water

Cattle graze on a north central Colorado prairie, about 30 miles south of Cheyenne, Wyoming, under puffy cloud cover. Farming and ranching during this period of climate change presents a number of challenges, but a group of agricultural experts have provided tips to overcome the times. (Photo courtesy of David Augustine, Agricultural Research Service.)
Sheep demonstration in 2023 at the University of Missouri Southwest Research, Extension and Education Center, Mount Vernon. (Photo by David Brown.)

Protecting sheep in winter weather

Small business owner holding a tray of plants he has for sale. (Photo: iStock - SolStock)

The benefits of gardening in the winter

  • By Maddy Rohr │ Kansas State University Research and Extension
Pet owners must take action to ensure their four-legged friends stay warm and healthy through the winter season. (Photo courtesy of OSU Extension.)
Dogs, cats, and other animal companions that share your home can be at risk if they ingest houseplants that are poisonous to them. (Photo: Bruce J. Black and Emily Steele, Illinois Extension)
Variety of Indoor Herb Plant Garden in Flower Pots on a table (Photo: iStock - EJGrubbs)

Keep growing with herbs indoors this fall, winter

Woman with shovel cleaning snow. (Photo: iStock - Tanya-stock)

Winter Prep? Think safety first, says K-State climatologist