CFAES’ Gwynne Conservation Area hosted a robust lineup of talks during this year’s virtual Farm Science Review, Sept. 22–24, and if you missed them during their livestreams, you’re in luck. You can watch the recordings—on topics covering forages, grazing, aquatics, woodlands, and wildlife—for free at the Review’s website, fsr.osu.edu.
The Wooster Science Café resumes virtually from 7–8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 30, when the College of Wooster’s Rick Lehtinen presents “Getting to Know the Neighbors: Squirrels, Obsessions, and Long-term Data.”
Food Institute Blog, Sept. 18; Rattan Lal, School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR), cited
Columbus Dispatch, Sept. 16; featuring Aaron Wilson, OSU Extension
Science News for Students, Sept. 3; featuring Stan Gehrt, SENR
Secrest Arboretum’s fall plant sale is a go, but with changes due to the pandemic: online browsing and buying; and socially distanced, no-contact plant pick-up.
CFAES’ Gwynne Conservation Area is hosting three series of talks during Farm Science Review—Woodlands, Wildlife and Aquatics, and Forages and Grazing—and a highlight of each series will be a live 30-minute session with professionals working in that industry. It’s a chance for you to ask questions and get answers from experts who know what you’re talking about.
Ohio State News, Sept. 9; featuring CFAES’ Waterman Agricultural and Natural Resources Laboratory
Toledo Blade (subscription required), Aug. 26
If birds are your passion, there’s plenty to tune into during CFAES’ virtual Farm Science Review, Sept. 22–24.
If you own a woods and would like to know more about it, make it more sustainable, make more money from it, or all three, then check out these talks during Farm Science Review, Sept. 22–24. The Review’s Gwynne Conservation Area is organizing the lineup, along with series on forages and grazing and also on wildlife and aquatics.
Washington Post, Aug. 31; featuring Brian Roe, Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics
NPR, Aug. 18; featuring Rattan Lal, School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR)
Ohio State News, Aug. 13; featuring Mažeika Sullivan, SENR
If watching wildlife, managing your land for wildlife, and having and enjoying a healthy pond are your things, here’s what the Gwynne Conservation Area has on tap for you during Farm Science Review, Sept. 22–24.