Dear reader, I'm writing to you today with my last dispatch of The Montana Conservationist.…
The Montana Conservationist. September. They’re both here.
This week in the Montana Conservationist, we catch up with the newest supervisor on the MACD board of directors. That’s Judi Knapp, of Treasure CD, and this isn’t her first rodeo. (Well, actually, we don’t have verification on rodeo activity. But she does know her way around a wheat field). If you haven’t heard, a federal judge in North Dakota put WOTUS on hiat-us, and the USDA has rolled out SGI 2.0 (this is an update that is safe to install). Then, MSU got a lot of money to make some new ag gadgets, and help spur Montana’s economy along the way. And the cherry on top of this week’s issue (or the fungus on the bottom, in the best way) is a lesson from Ann McCauley on mychorrizae which are…well, I’ll let her explain that.
It’s The Montana Conservationist for September 2, and it hasn’t disappointed yet.
And for those of you that were left hanging on a Missouri River cliff and wanted to see the video I mentioned in our email edition, here is the link to 17 year old Riley Silvka’s video of his family harvest. And here is the video! Because I can embed on websites, but apparently not in email.