A free public webinar called Sustainability and Ohio’s Landscape: Creating Value for People and the Environment takes place this Tuesday, May 12, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and you still have time to register for it.
The focus will be on sustainability in three areas: in Ohio’s cities, on its farms, and in its forests. The speakers will be from CFAES, nonprofits, agencies, and businesses.
It’s the 2020 Spring Outlook program by CFAES’ Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics.
Learn more and register to watch. (Photo: downtown Cleveland, Getty Images.)
Ohio’s 2020 Day in the Woods series—which has gone virtual for now because of the coronavirus shutdown—kicks off on Friday, May 8, with the aptly titled “Keeping Yourself and Your Woodlands Healthy.”
Four, one-hour online sessions will cover spring migrant birds, the benefits of woodlands to your health, and management practices related to things such as tree seedlings, trails, and invasive species.
Viewing the sessions is free. Find full details and the link to watch.
CFAES’ OSU Extension outreach arm is one of the many sponsors of the series.