Fresno residents can get rid of old tires at Saturday event
The so-called “tire amnesty” event is only open to Fresno residents. It will take place at Duncan Polytechnical High School from 8 a.m. to noon, or until the trailer is filled with tires.
Multiple Downtown Fresno streets shut down after suspect runs from police
Multiple streets in Downtown Fresno were shut down Thursday night after police said a man with a felony warrant escaped from officers.
How Much Feed Is Too Much Feed?
The fortified forage pellets you’re feeding are primarily composed of good-quality Bermudagrass and alfalfa hay. Because of their high forage content, they can replace all, or part of, the forage portion of the diet.
Propane Tank Recycling Tips
Propane tank disposal can be confusing. Propane tanks are made out of recyclable steel and copper. But due to the gas and pressure inside, these tanks cannot...
15 Vegetables Best Started from Seed
By Ken Lain, the mountain gardener Issue 021117 Growing Vegetables From Seed Feb 11 - Wildflowers: Ready - Set - Grow Late winter is the ideal time to start wildflower seeds, but you can't just chuck them onto the landscape and expect success. We share all the local tips that ensure a spectacular showing of these bloomers. You will know the best seed, soils, food, and techniques that brings on the color this spring. Come early, this class can be standing room only Feb 18 - Gardening for Newcomers Learn all the mountain secrets to local garden success. This is an information packed class guaranteed to increase garden blooms and fruit this year. The first 10 students to bring $10 and a soil sample receives a pH soil test done on site with…
What is a levee boil?
When water seeps under a levee the structural integrity is compromised creating a small geyser. This is what it looks like and how it is repaired.
40 Plants That Attract Hummingbirds
Welcome Hummingbird Fans There are a lot of choices for plants that attract hummingbirds to the garden. The goal, of course, is not only to get their attention
Stolen Horse Trailer Tips
While at a horse show this summer, I went to retrieve my horse trailer in the parking lot, only to realize that it was not there. It was, quite simply, gone.I know it would be much more exciting if I could share some detailed course of events that lead to the horse trailer's MIA status or clues as to where it ended up, but it just didn't happen like that. One day it was there, and then it was not.After the subsequent and repetitive hour-long drive through the two-acre parking lot, I stood in the location where we had parked our horse trailer. As it began to dawn on me that our horse trailer had been stolen, I suddenly realized how a seemingly simple occurrence had such complex consequences.Gone with my horse trailer…
Should I rake leaves off my lawn? No, but yes. Here's why.
As fall rolls near, so does the recurring question about autumn lawn maintenance: Should I rake fallen leaves off my lawn? The short answer? No, but yes.
Equine Herpesvirus Prevention: Clean Shared Water Sources
Infection with the equine herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1) can have devastating effects on both domestic and wild horses. While close contact between horses, including sharing of feed buckets or tack, has been touted as a common route of transmission, researchers believe water also serves as a potential means of viral spread between horses.