CFAES’ annual Farm Science Review trade show always considers the natural resources side of things, too: through talks, tours, and demonstrations at the nearly 70-acre Gwynne Conservation Area. And since this year’s Farm Science Review, set for Sept. 22–24, is being held 100% online because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Gwynne’s activities will be virtual as well.
Details to follow
Over the next few days, we’ll give you the schedule of all the talks by experts involved with the Gwynne—on all three days, and grouped under three main subjects: woodlands; wildlife and aquatics; and forages and grazing.
Participating in all of Farm Science Review’s online activities, including the Gwynne lineup, is free, but you have to sign up in advance at fsr.osu.edu. Sign up starts Sept. 8.