Ohio State’s Environmental Humanities program is hosting a screening of “Anthropocene: The Movie” and a Q-and-A with director Steve Bradshaw at the Gateway Film Center in Columbus on Nov. 2 at 7 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public. More information can be found here. Watch the trailer above.
Month: October 2016
Should be boon to beer biz boom
Buckeyes — CFAES scientists — are breeding better barley (scroll down). Barley’s used for brewing beer. Background.
Big ecological data, big impact
Decisions made possible by the new National Ecological Observatory Network, or NEON, “will impact natural resources management and human well-being for generations to come,” says David Hanselmann, coordinator of the CFAES-based Environmental Professionals Network. Find out more Nov. 10.
CFAES’s Molly Bean shared this shot of the full house — 1,000-plus people in the Ohio Union in Columbus — at Monday’s night “Grizzly Bear 399” presentation. Thanks, Molly!
Bear essentials: ‘Embrace the West as part of your own legacy’
Ris Twigg reported on “An Evening with Grizzly Bear 399,” Monday night’s full-house presentation by Todd Wilkinson and Thomas Mangelson, hosted by the Environmental Professionals Network, in Ohio State’s student newspaper The Lantern.
Today at 3:30: Climate change and Bangladesh
Mahbuba Nasreen of the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, and Mizanur Rahman, project director of the Bangladesh Delta Plan, present “Climate Change, Resilience and Adaptation in Bangladesh” from 3:30 to 5 p.m. today (Oct. 25) on Ohio State’s campus in Columbus. Free and open to the public. Hosted by the university’s Mershon Center for International Security Studies. Co-sponsors include several programs connected to CFAES. Learn more here. Register here.
Still a few seats left for tonight’s talk by Todd Wilkinson
Still a few seats left — 25 at last count — for tonight’s talk by Todd Wilkinson, “Ted Turner: How His Amazing Life Story Ultimately Informs Western Lands, Wildlife and People Management.” Learn more and find a link to register here.
New free app good for nutrients, profits, water
Farmers using CFAES’s new free Ohio State PLOTS app “can fine-tune their nutrient management and maximize profits, all while minimizing environmental concerns.”
Nov. 10 event will look at new National Ecological Observatory
An upcoming event at The Ohio State University will feature the ambitious new National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON), whose contractor, the Battelle Memorial Institute, is based in Columbus. Continue reading
What’s ahead for CFAES’s organic farming program? Come share your ideas
CFAES’s Organic Food and Farming Education and Research program will hold a public listening and planning session on Nov. 9 in Wooster. Organic farmers and others are invited to attend.