What’s the state of the science when it comes to sequestering carbon in the soil, such as through farming? Check out an official position statement issued by CFAES’ renowned Rattan Lal Center for Carbon Management and Sequestration. The brief statement, released Aug. 2, summarizes where the science is clear, where it’s less so, and a strategy for going forward. It mentions, too, a current hot topic, farmers earning carbon credits.
Read the full statement. (Photo: Getty Images.)
Ohio Sea Grant, which is part of CFAES, and the Great Lakes Aquaculture Collaborative will host a free public webinar called Great Lakes Aquaculture Days from Aug. 31 to Sept. 2. The program offers virtual tours of farms around the region and Q&A sessions with the farmers and Sea Grant specialists. Find out more. (Photo: Yellow perch, CFAES.)
Manure Science Review this year will feature a cutting-edge livestock farm that’s keeping soil and water healthy by practicing regenerative agriculture.
Read the story. (Photo: Getty Images.)
A CFAES postdoctoral researcher is one of many speakers set for the 2021 Virtual Annual Conference of the Northern Nut Growers Association, which runs from Aug. 1–4.
Wired, May 25; featuring Daniela Miteva, Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics
Farm and Dairy, May 24; featuring Joe Boggs, OSU Extension
Associated Press and Holland (Michigan) Sentinel, May 15; featuring Jeremy Bruskotter, School of Environment and Natural Resources
Columbus Dispatch, May 14; featuring Mazeika Sullivan, School of Environment and Natural Resources and Wilma H. Schiermeier Olentangy River Wetland Research Park
Trade Only Today, May 6; featuring Heather Raymond, CFAES Water Quality Initiative