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"This Land is Herland" Virtual Book Talk

The Center for Oklahoma Studies is pleased to present a virtual book talk with the editors and select authors from the newly released publication "This Land is Herland: Gendered Activism in…

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Safely Assessing Damage done to Trees

Oklahoma Service Forester, Riley Coy, with the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food, and Forestry, gives us tips and advice on how to safely assess the damage done to your trees. Go to…

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Extension Explains - Carbon Sequestration (10/31/20)

Laura Goodman tells us how carbon sequestration differs in trees and grasses. For Extension fact sheets & more visit https://extension.okstate.edu SUNUP is a production of the Division of…

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Land Values Update (8/29/20)

Roger Sahs explains that though interest rates are at an all-time low, disappointing farming earnings have made it hard for producers to take advantage of the rates to purchase land. For Extension…

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Flat, Cool & Acid-free: Stillwater beginnings

Take a look back at the establishment of Stillwater and its Land-Grant University. Listen to other Library podcasts on the our website. Find archival photos of campus on the Oklahoma State…

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SUNUP: How much is your land worth?

Roger Sahs looks at how current land values across the state compare historically and nationally.

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Sovereignty Speaks: Jason Aamodt

Jason Aamodt talks about water rights on tribal land.

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Dr. Karina Shreffler discusses how community outreach fits with OSU's land grant mission

As a member of the OSU-Tulsa faculty and a researcher in the OSU Center for Family Resilience, Dr. Karina Shreffler gives back to the university and community she loves. An OSU alumna, Shreffler…

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SUNUP: National Land & Range Contest

SUNUP travels to Edmond for a practice round leading up to this week’s National Land and Range Contest, featuring 4-H and FFA students from across the U.S.

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SUNUP: Oklahoma Land Values

OkState Agricultural Economist Roger Sahs discusses Oklahoma land values.

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SUNUP: Wintertime & Prescribed Fire

John Weir talks about advance planning of prescribed burns and get tips on burning during the winter months.

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Naturally Speaking: Native Pasture

OkState Invasive Species Specialist Karen Hickman has tips on managing and stocking native pasture for better growth during the next grazing season.

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Naturally Speaking: Drip Torch Use & Safety

OkState Extension Fire Ecologist John Weir demonstrates how to safely use a drip torch and set up a prescribed burn.

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Walter Bentley: Lifelong Educator

In this Spring's issue of STATE Magazine, David Peters tells the story of Walter Bentley, widely known as the father of extension services in Oklahoma. Here, Peters describes Bentley's…

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SUNUP: Oklahoma Water Rights

OkState Extension Legal Specialist Shannon Ferrell explains water classifications, permits and landowner rights.

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SUNUP: Oklahoma's Hot Water Issues

We discuss current Oklahoma water issues with OkState Water Resources Center Asst. Director Mike Langston. We look at the concept of water auctions with David Zetland, a water economist and keynote…

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