CFAES’s Secrest Arboretum hosts a Guided Bird Walk from 9-11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 13, in Wooster, led by members of the Greater Mohican Audubon Society. Meet at the Seaman Orientation Plaza. Free admission.
Registration is open for this year’s Stinner Summit, set for Friday, Oct. 12, in Delaware, north of Columbus. Hosted by CFAES’s Agroecosystems Management Program (AMP), the annual event brings together people interested in sustainable agriculture and sustainable communities; working together, they brainstorm, develop and decide projects to be funded by AMP’s Ben Stinner Endowment for Healthy Agroecosystems and Sustainable Communities.
Registration is free and open to the public. Lunch is included.
The series called A Day in the Woods, co-sponsored by CFAES’s Ohio State University Extension outreach arm, continues from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 12, with “Fall Treasures from Your Woodland.” It’s in Vinton Furnace State Forest in McArthur in southeast Ohio.
The focus of the event will be on organisms such as fungi and lichens that grow in, work in and brighten a woods in autumn.
CFAES’s Ohio Woodland Stewards Program holds a workshop called Fascinating Woodland Fungi on Friday, Oct. 12, on Ohio State’s Mansfield campus. Registration is $35 and includes lunch and handouts. The deadline to register is Friday, Oct. 5.
Knowing how to correctly identify trees is a key part of diagnosing any problems you might with them, such as pests or diseases.
So says the flier for Nature vs. Nurture Tree ID, an upcoming workshop taught by CFAES’s Ohio Woodland Stewards Program. It’s set for Wednesday, Oct. 3 in CFAES’s Secrest Arboretum in Wooster, and you need to register by Wednesday, Sept. 26. Registration is $35 and includes lunch and materials. There will be indoor and outdoor sessions, so dress for the weather.
CFAES’s Ohio State University Extension outreach arm presents a Livestock Mortality Composting workshop from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 26, at its Mahoning County office, 490 S. Broad St. in Canfield. Registration is $25. “It’s not the most talked about topic on the farm,” the event flier says, “but it’s one of the more important things to think about if you own livestock.” Get details and a registration form.
We use the acronym “CFAES” a lot here. OK, in practically every post. What does it stand for? What does it mean to you? Find out in the video above. Listen for the audio, too, during Ohio State football radio broadcasts.