Living in Oklahoma often means dealing with natural disasters. Check out these insights,
tips and strategies from OSU experts on ways to keep you and your family prepared
and safe in the event of an emergency.
Natural Disaster Recovery
Weather & Climate
This publication outlines the importance of fire and grazing for native plant communities, wildlife, and livestock.
Understand the dangers of blue-green algal blooms in water sources and how to prevent, diagnose and control the toxic plant.
Tips on how to implement water-wise practices at home to reduce water waste and help support a healthy landscape.
Become familiarized with water quality language and instrumentation with a list of references and an index of terms.
An outline of how to handle cattle during a limited forage availability period.
An overview of the effects of high-nutrient density diets on lightweight cattle in relation to their body type, along with feeding management tips.
How to manage trees following storm damage such as rehabilitation, removal, wound response, pruning, diseases and invasive insects.
An aid for successful turf grass management that assists with the selection of turf grass most adapted to the temperatures and moistures found in the state.