Bats are in trouble. White-nose syndrome is killing them. A million-plus bats in the eastern U.S. and Canada have died from it. And now it’s in Ohio. What will it do? Why should we care? How can we help? OSU Extension’s Marne Titchenell will speak at Farm Science Review (pdf; sixth under “Wildlife Presentations”). Batfact: A single bat in Ohio may gobble some 1,000 bugs a night, including such pests as mosquitoes. Which makes bats a friend to green farms, yards, and gardens.