bradford research farm

Today Paul Pepper and TIM REINBOTT, Superintendent at Bradford Farm, lament about the state of pumpkins (and gardening in general) after such a wet summer. That won't deter the upcoming Pink Pumpkin Party fundraiser for women dealing with breast cancer, though; watch for details! At [4:00] MEG LADD and MATT DAVIS tell us about ParentLink, a statewide resource from the University of Missouri's College of Education for families to use if they have parenting questions or are need of a little extra support. Don't miss Tiger Family Fun Fest next weekend! October 9, 2015

Today Paul Pepper visits with BRUCE BURKETT, Executive Director at Hep C Alliance, who reminds us that you should ask your doctor to specifically check for Hepatitis C. Are you a baby boomer? You could be the 1 in 30 that has the disease and doesn't know it! At [3:48] TIM REINBOTT, Superintendent of the MU Bradford Research Center, invites everyone to the 11th annual Bradford Farm Tomato Festival. You don't have to be an avid gardener to enjoy the sight of 190 types of tomatoes, plus many other veggies to see and taste - it's fun for the whole family! August 31, 2015

Today Paul Pepper visits with TIM REINBOTT, Superintendent at the University of Missouri's Bradford Research and Extension Center, about their upcoming annual Organic Field Day. You won't want to miss this showcase for all things gardening! At [4:25] CONNIE SHAY returns with details on this year's Peacemakers Quilt Show at the Fayette Festival of the Arts. (You won't want to miss the Bed Turning event!) July 28, 2015

Today Paul Pepper chats with PHIL BERGER, Marketing Director at Family Health Center, which provides medical services for those who are uninsured or underinsured. Hear about their new "express care" walk-in clinic on Saturdays. At [3:56] TERRY WOODS, Research Specialist at MU's Bradford Research Center, shows and tells us about the Monarch Butterfly. Did you know that for them, Missouri is just a 'pit stop' during migration? Why here? Watch! July 2, 2015

Bridgit Bowden / KBIA

  Food waste is something we all produce, but don’t like to think about. That’s why several large universities in Missouri are turning food waste from dining halls into compost.

Cade Cleavelin / KBIA

At MU's Bradford Research and Extension Center, researchers are testing thousands of genetically unique variations of wheat. They'll ultimately insert the best of them into the market as more productive, profitable wheat varieties.