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Hudson Valley Farm Hub in Hurley aims to teach a new generation of farmers

Twenty acres of Kernza, a distant cousin to agricultural wheat, has been growing at the…

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Scientist at Salina’s The Land Institute recognized for work creating a perennial grain

Scientists at Salina’s The Land Institute are working diligently to create a new crop from…

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Research updates key part of Prairie Festival

Advancements in perennial grain research will be a key topic at The Land Institute’s 39th…

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Local pizza shop adds new wheatgrass crust option

Athens-based business Avalanche Pizza announced Tuesday that it may be the first pizza restaurant in…

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Demand increases as Kernza aligns with food-maker goals

Demand for grain from Kernza is growing. It’s attracting interest from mid-size and large-scale food…

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Fighting drought and flood with soil health

“[O]ur model predicts that by shifting the most-erodible or least-profitable regions of Iowa to systems…

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Turning Soils into Sponges: How Farmers Can Fight Floods and Droughts

Floods and droughts are an increasingly costly problem for farmers, ranchers, taxpayers, and downstream communities….

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There’s a unique grain crop for everyone to really root for

Ever pull a weed, and marvel at the length of its roots? Some, like dandelions,…

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International effort to deliver perennial wheat a drawcard

One of the major talking points to come out of the 30th Grassland Society of NSW…

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West-central Minnesota farmer a pioneer in raising Kernza

Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak needed only a garage to develop Apple computers and change…

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Summer Ecosphere Studies Workshop brings Land Institute, KU faculty, undergraduates together

Art and science come together on the University of Kansas campus this weekend, July 14-16,…

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Kernza could be promising grain, forage crop

Farmers who are looking for an alternative to corn and soybeans — and a crop…

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