Six guest speakers, a silent auction (including an antique microscope and Ohio State football tickets), a cash bar, Stone Lab merchandise sales and more are on the program’s agenda. Admission is free and open to the public. Find details and a link to RSVP.
Sullivan and some of his students talk about the importance of wetlands, and of the park specifically, in the 2014 video above, which was shot in and near the park.
Florida International University’s Jennifer Rehage presents “Understanding the Dynamics and Sustainability of Recreational Fisheries: Patterns, Drivers, Space and Time in Bonefish (Albula vulpes) in South Florida” from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Feb. 8 in 164 Howlett Hall, 2001 Fyffe Road, on Ohio State’s Columbus campus. Learn more.
The Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association holds its Farm Vision Workshop this Sunday, Oct. 15, from 1 to 5 p.m. in Columbus. Consider attending if you’re a new or aspiring farmer. The workshop will “help you map out your farm vision, clarify your goals and values, and assess your strengths, resources and needs before beginning a farming enterprise,” the event description says. A panel of early-career farmers will speak, too. Get details.
Follow Skeate, Arwen, Hermione and Mr. Darcy, among others — radiotagged timber rattlesnakes living in southeast Ohio woods — on the @TimberTweets Twitter feed by CFAES’s Peterman Lab. Lab staff are tracking the secretive snakes, an Ohio endangered species, to see how forest management affects them. Venomous but shy, with a taste for eating small rodents (including ones spreading Lyme disease), timber rattlers help ecosystems and, quietly, people.