CEDIK Celebrates a Decade of Helping Rural Communities Thrive

For 10 years, rural Kentucky communities looking to build dynamic, sustainable economies have turned to the University of Kentucky’s Community and Economic Development Initiative of Kentucky for support. With research-based data, targeted publications, leadership development, coalition-building and...
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New USDA Survey to Measure Areas for Improvement

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced a new annual survey of farmers, ranchers and private forestland owners. The survey will help USDA understand what it is doing well and where improvements are needed, specifically at the...
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UK To Host Regional Fencing Schools This Fall

The University of Kentucky will host two regional fencing schools this fall to help livestock producers learn about the newest fencing techniques and sound fence construction. The schools are Oct. 13 at the Wolfe County Extension office...
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Replacing The Knock-Outs

Rose Rosette is a severely damaging disease to nearly all cultivated roses, especially the popular Knock-Out roses. Symptoms include leaf distortion; witches broom; abnormal red discoloration; and increased shoot elongation. Rose Rosette is caused by a virus...
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Kentucky State Fair Kicks Off Without Public

The Kentucky State Fair kicked off Thursday, August 20, at the Kentucky Exposition Center.  Despite the empty parking lots on the outside of the building, the activities were in full swing in the West Wing with the...
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