Teaching farm Urban Roots is now selling its produce.
Gardeners wanting to get a start on this year’s crops and plantings can participate in the University of Nevada, Reno Cooperative Extension’s “Grow Your Own!” series online.
A North Valleys housing development that incorporates an agrihood has been met with staunch opposition by area homeowners.
The University of Nevada, Reno’s College of Agriculture, Biotechnology & Natural Resources recently partnered with Utah State University and Samarkand State University in Uzbekistan to educate Uzbekistan lawmakers, university officials and graduate students about rangeland ecology and management.
A master plan amendment and special use permit for a winery that includes a vineyard and tasting room in South Reno were approved Tuesday by Washoe County commissioners.
A local screening of “Horse Rich & Dirt Poor” and the accompanying forum drew protesters and a counter-event arguing the impacts of wild horses and other animal life on Nevada’s public lands.
Tribal members from the Western United States convened Oct. 23 and 24 to discuss water usage, climate change, agriculture and tribal food sovereignty as part of the Native Waters on Arid Lands summit.