The Ohio Department of Higher Education has awarded $3.5 million in funding for 21 more projects in its ongoing Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative. Some involve scientists from CFAES.
Farmers’ health insurance options will be the topic when CFAES’s Shoshanah Inwood and Stephanie Petrauskas of Springfield’s Rocking Horse Community Health Center speak at the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association’s annual conference. The conference runs Thursday, Feb. 15, through Saturday, Feb. 17, in Dayton. Continue reading
Nothing says “Be my Valentine” like an urban coyote. Here’s what a CFAES study found. (Photo: iStock.)
“On my sustainability education abroad trip to the Dominican Republic, I experienced a new love for traveling and learning about new cultures. This was a huge Ohio State #BuckeyeLove memory for me.”
— Ryan Vonderhaar, Agricultural Communication pic.twitter.com/h5TChx4JGM
— CFAES (@CFAES_OSU) February 12, 2018
CFAES scientist Steve Culman, pictured, will give a workshop on “Dual Use Perennial Grain Crops: Grain for Humans and Forage for Livestock” from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, at the annual conference of the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association. Here are some details about his research from a story slated for our next CFAES Impact newsletter. Continue reading
Right now, before spring gets underway, is the best time to keep Canada geese off your property, CFAES specialists say. Continue reading
Volume two of Environmental ScienceBites, a free open textbook written by undergraduate students in CFAES’s Introduction to Environmental Science course, is now available on Apple iBooks.
Ohio State was recently named the Big Ten Conference champion in the 2017 Game Day Recycling Challenge, a national competition to promote waste reduction and sustainability at college football games. Read the Ohio State press release. (Photo: University Communications.)