What are the multifunctional benefits of agriculture? What new project could help grow them?
Explore the questions, and give your concrete, specific ideas for such a project (which will be backed by up to $10,000 in funding), at the 11th annual Stinner Summit on Sept. 29 in Findlay.
Co-sponsored by CFAES’s Ben Stinner Endowment and Agroecosystems Management Program, the event is a “highly engaging and participatory event that draws stakeholders from around Ohio,” according to its website. “Attendees with diverse interests and expertise work together to develop projects that address healthy agroecosystems and sustainable communities.” It honors the late Ben Stinner, a pioneer in sustainable agriculture, CFAES professor, first AMP leader and first holder of Ohio State’s Kellogg Endowed Chair in Agricultural Ecosystems Management.