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
An analysis focusing on the beliefs and impacts of facial coverings in Oklahoma compared to other parts of the country in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The effects of fire on livestock fencing is a concern following wildfires, as well as before applying prescribed fire. There are many opinions and beliefs about...
A guide for cooking and eating during an emergency situation where the refrigerator, stove, or water supply may be limited.
Learn how the beef cattle industry will be impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
This article describes plants that are suitable for Oklahoma due to their heat and drought tolerance as well as commercial availability.
Learn the best grazing management practices for any economic or environmental climate and proper soil fertility for introduced forages.
A detailed guide on odor dispersion including atmospheric turbulence, weather and terrain effects and the Oklahoma Dispersion Model.
An explanation of what is covered by the Pasture, Rangeland and Forage Insurance while also describing how the program works.