This native Kentucky plum tree is an important food source for a wide variety of wildlife. Native Americans used these wild plums extensively.
Several Kentucky counties will experience a large number of periodical cicadas emerging this spring. Besides the annoying racket they make, cicadas are also pests of trees.
April 22, 2020, is the 50th Earth Day. Here are some ideas for celebrating Earth Day at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It's fall in Kentucky, and the leaves are changing color. Did you know fall's brilliant colors were there all along?
2017 Kentucky Wood Expo is on September 15 and 16 in Lexington. Open to the public. Forestry-related activities, demonstrations, and educational events.
Landscape questions? Kentucky Extension might have a landscape publication to help! New and updated landscape publications available online. Contact us about pond weeds.
Read about Oldham County Agriculture events, classes, and opportunities. What do ag agents do in the winter? Learn about fruit production.
Kentucky native fruit trees like elderberry, mulberry, pawpaw, persimmon, and serviceberry adapted to environmental conditions and grow more successfully than non-native fruits such as grapes, oranges, and peaches. Read about fruit trees native to Kentucky.
Why do leaves change color? Autumn's spectacular color show has been inside tree leaves all along! Read more about how and why leaves change color in the fall.