Tonight: What these bats are afraid of — and how it may affect crops

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CFAES’s Marne Titchenell talks about white-nose syndrome, a new disease that is spreading and killing bats in Ohio and North America, from 7-9 p.m. tonight, Oct. 24, at the First Amendment Public House, 150 W. Liberty St., in Wooster. It’s part of the Science Café series sponsored by the College of Wooster and CFAES’s research arm, OARDC. Free admission. Bats help control crop pests by eating them, which helps keep food production sustainable. (Photo by Nick Hristov via Wikimedia Commons.)

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