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CFAES sustainability news, July 23, 2021
Extreme heat triggers mass die-offs and stress for wildlife in the West National Geographic, July 22; fe (More)
Kevin Kayle’s net success
If you fish for steelhead in a Lake Erie tributary, or walleye in Lake Erie, think of CFAES alumnus Kevin Kayle (MS ’86 Natural Resources, BS ’83 Fisheries and Wildlife Management). More)
CFAES sustainability news, July 1, 2021
How to protect species and save the planet—at once Wired, June 10; featuring Daniela Miteva, Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Eco (More)
Sunny news: Smaller Lake Erie algal bloom predicted
From a press release today from our CFAES colleagues who work for Ohio Sea Grant: “NOAA and its research partners are forecasting that western Lake Erie will experience a smaller-than-average harmful (More)
‘Know more, waste less’
“As future leaders in the food and agriculture industry, we believe it is our social responsibility to consume and produce food in a conscientious manner.” So says CFAES PhD student Aishwarya Badiger in our latest CFAES Story, which looks at her w (More)
CFAES sustainability news, May 28, 2021
Nature can save humanity from climate doom—but not on its own Wired, May 25; featuring Daniela Miteva, Department of Agricultural, Environmental (More)
CFAES sustainability news, May 25, 2021
Opinion: Bill aims to strip away water safeguards and hang Ohioans out to dry (More)
CFAES sustainability news, May 12, 2021
The elusive deer-proof garden New York Times, May 5; featuring Marne Titchenell, School of Environment and Natural Resources More)
How to build resilient communities
“The need to incorporate the community in my research and teaching is representative of my experiences as a Peace Corps volunteer. I learned how to sit and listen, how to ask questions, and saw how interventions that don’t incorporate their voice (More)
Woodlot warriors: Your trees as fighters of climate change
Can the trees in your woods help battle climate change? Find out in a webinar by the Ohio Woodland Stewards Program, part of OSU Extension, CFAES’ outreach arm. It's from 10 a.m. to noon on Friday, (More)
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