Children’s Ag School Resources

Mar 30
Savanna Simmons

Recent Posts

Rock Party

March 22, 2020
Jolyn Young

When I was a kid, my neighbor told me about the rock parties her family used to have. They would invite their friends over, head out back behind the house, and pick rocks from the arena. Ha! I decided to have a rock party with my own kids this past winter, but we didn’t invite […]

Backpack Horsemanship

March 20, 2020
Jan Swan Wood

During my younger years when I was blessed with my baby son, I didn’t let much stand in the way of going on about my business, but a baby does complicate some jobs a bit. I had a front pack for when he was tiny and did quite a bit with him in it, but […]

Windy Ridge Chronicles; Another Journey

March 18, 2020
Jan Swan Wood

It’s been about a year since you’ve heard anything from me on here. It’s been quite a year. My journey has continued, as journeys tend to do. Just not in the direction I had believed it would. When I spoke to you last, it was on my Cottonwood Creek Chronicles page. I’m not on that […]

Q and A with Turquoise Armadillo Co.

March 16, 2020
Savanna Simmons

Rebekah Landmark, owner of Turquoise Armadillo Co., makes the neatest scarves for those of all ages and the prettiest little bows for cowboy girls. She can even create custom gear that includes a brand or particular discipline! Read more about what Rebekah offers and shop with her here: How did you get into making […]

Saddle Up and Dance; Historical Recreation

March 11, 2020
Rhonda Sedgwick Stearns

From the time adventurous folk began settling the Western prairies, through the homesteading era and beyond, all craved to occasionally see and talk to other people. They survived the solitude, yet once in a while longed for fun and entertainment. Dances were favored in these pursuits. We’ve all read stories and seen photos of trail […]