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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)
Nuts to you (sustainably)
A CFAES postdoctoral researcher is one of many speakers set for the 2021 Virtual Annual Conference of the Northern Nut Growers Association, which runs from Aug. 1–4. Anna Conrad, a postdoctoral researc (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)
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)
Earth Day webinar: Soil as climate solution
Ever wonder what it will take to slow down the planet’s warming? The cause is excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, and the answer might be right under our feet. A webinar set for Thursday, April 22, 1–2 p.m., hosted by the CFAES More)
CFAES sustainability news, April 16, 2021
Saving streams can save bugs and birds Great Lakes Echo, April 13; featuring Mazeika Sullivan, School of Environment and Natural Resources (More)
America’s forests as climate solutions
In America’s fight to reduce carbon emissions, expanding and better managing the nation’s forests would be the cheapest and easiest steps to take. That’s according to new research by CFAES’ Brent Sohngen, who is slated as one of eight speakers (More)
Learn to identify Ohio’s mushrooms
April is mushroom season in Ohio, and you can learn about more than 140 different types—Which ones are good to eat? Which ones could kill you?—in a full-color handbook published by OSU Extension, CFAES’ outreach arm. Titled Mushrooms and Macrofungi o (More)
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