Grab a cup of your favorite beverage, lunch, or snack and join us from your “kitchen table” to engage in conversations “virtually” on September 21, 22, and 23, 2021 for “Kitchen Table Conversations” hosted by the Ohio Women in Agriculture of Ohio State University Extension. Conversations and discussions on “hot topics” in the agricultural world related to health, marketing, finance, legal, and production for women in agriculture.
These sessions are offered during the Farm Science Review daily from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM via ZOOM. Registration is required to participate.
Register @ https://go.osu.edu/kitchentableconversations2021
9|21 Raising Livestock on Five Acres or Less
So you have some land and you want some extra income or a supply of food for your family. This session will investigate all of your options and possibilities.
Sandy Smith, Extension Educator, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Carrol County
9|22 Farm Stress and Mental Health
It can be hard to have a conversation about our mental health, but it is just as important as acknowledging our physical health. When we live where we work stress can sometimes get the better of us. Sitting together as a family around the kitchen table fosters an environment to have tough conversations. During this session, we will have a conversation about the importance of addressing mental health concerns, how to bridge the difficult topics, and the resources that are available to you and your family.
Bridget Britton MSW, LSW….Behavioral Health Field Specialist ANR
9\23 On-Farm Research Opportunities
On-farm research can provide valuable local data to inform decision-making and help you understand the ROI of practices and technologies on your farm. The OSU eFields program fosters partnerships between Ohio farmers, industry, and OSU researchers. Learn about recent research trials conducted across the state and how to become involved in the program.
Elizabeth Hawkins, Ph.D…Field Specialist, Agronomic Systems, Assistant Professor