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Kentucky’s rich woodlands can provide their owners with many advantages, but proper management is important to be able to reap all the benefits. Woodland owners who are wondering how to get the most from their property can benefit from attending one of three short courses being offered around the state this summer by the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service.

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The way tall fescue and its fungal endophyte react to future climate change will depend on the genetics of each organism, according to researchers in the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment.

Ramaswamy will give a seminar titled, "Perfect Storm to Nutritional Security," Friday morning in the college's Cameron Williams Hall in the Plant Sciences Building.

UK Forestry's Steven Price studied 23 Eastern Kentucky headwater streams and found that mountaintop removal mining & subsequent valley fill take a toll on salamander numbers.

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