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One Quail of an Experience

Cresten Sledge uses bioacoustics recorders to capture the calls of northern bobwhite quail during his summer as a Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture.

Loving the Simplicity of Ugandan English

Everyday phrases take on new meaning in the local lingo.

Two Noble Employees Earn Prestigious Selection

Noble Research Institute economics program lead and agricultural economics consultant Myriah Johnson, Ph.D., and agriculture technology applications coordinator Dillon Payne have been selected to participate in Oklahoma Agricultural Leadership Program (OALP) Class XIX.

Ag Curriculum Plants Seeds for Ugandan Growth

Field of Hope training draws teachers eager for new classroom lessons.

Two Months in Uganda Inspire 25 Reasons to Return

Abundant conversations, friendships and favorite meals among favorite memories of Uganda.

We All Have Room to Grow

Upon arrival in Uganda, MIAP-Noble Fellow Catherine Rutan finds familiar plants in a new setting.

My Noble Summer: Brought to You by the Letter F

Brent Weiss has learned about feed efficiency, fire, feral hogs and more, during his time as a Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture.

Kieser & Associates Wins Contract for Ecosystem Services Market Protocol Development

The Noble Research Institute’s Ecosystem Service Market (ESM) Program is pleased to announce the award of a contract for protocol development for ecosystem service market credits from agricultural working lands has been awarded to Kieser & Associates, LLC (K&A).

Where There Is Smoke, There Are Scholars

Cole Fagen, a Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture, learns the value of growing-season prescribed burns and discovers a new favorite tool: the drip torch.

Ecosystem Services Market Update: July 15, 2018

The latest request for proposals, which has just been released, is a communications RFP designed to solicit an agency of record to support the ESM program. The selected firm will help the ESM program develop its branding and positioning strategy and help devise outreach campaigns to ranchers and farmers, key stakeholders, investors, buyers, and program supporters.