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Making Kansas More Colorful
Kansas summers can be hot and dry, but homeowners want beautiful flowers and shrubs, lush grass, and plentiful vegetables in spite of the Kansas weather.

Also in the Fall 2007 issue:

Kansan Sees Canola as a Golden Opportunity
John Haas grows canola and promotes it to others as chair of the U.S. Canola Association.

Harvesting Innovation
A Dickinson County couple worked with K-State’s Innovation Center to develop and promote healthful cereal bars.

Traveling Wildcats
Students share photographs from international study tours.

Giving Back
Nelson and Marilyn Galle share how 4-H involvement influenced their lives and their desire to give back to their community.

Agricultural Alumni Association Presents Annual Awards
George Yapp, Andrew Murphy and Dave Nichols were honored for their service to K-State and their professions.

K-State Students on Grounds Crew at U.S. Senior Open
Horticulture students gained valuable experience working at the golf tournament in Hutchinson.