Register by Aug. 20 for the 2014 workshop series by CFAES’s Ohio Environmental Leaders Institute. The series features three all-day programs in September, October and November plus several breakfast and dinner networking events in that time. The focus is on learning better ways to collaborate, engage stakeholders, set goals, make decisions, communicate science and more, all aimed at improving the state’s environmental sustainability. There’s online registration and payment.
From Toledo’s temporary drinking water ban to California’s record drought, water has been in the news a lot. If you’re a reporter or blogger, a recent media advisory gives a sampling of research and outreach by our college, plus contact details for the people in charge, to protect and improve Ohio’s water. (Photo: iStock.)
The Aug. 12 breakfast program of the Environmental Professionals Network will feature a panel discussion on the threats to and hope for Ohio’s nearly 8 million acres of forest. The network is a service of CFAES’s School of Environment and Natural Resources. Read more …
Bryan Kinnamon, left, and Ron Fioritto, both of CFAES, and Bruce Buurma, Buurma Farms, Willard, examine TKS dandelions at yesterday’s field day at the Muck Crops Agricultural Research Station. OARDC researchers are developing TKS dandelions, and specifically their roots, as a domestic rubber source. The station is a branch of CFAES’s research arm, the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center. (Photo: K.D. Chamberlain, CFAES Communications.)