The annual Ohio Woodland, Water, and Wildlife Conference is for you if you work in natural resources, manage land, or both. The agenda features 15 expert-led sessions grouped in three tracks—woodlands, water, and wildlife—and is set for March 6 in Mansfield. Topics in the tracks range from managing tree galls to using drones, mitigating algal blooms to managing geese, conserving birds to helping bumble bees. Check out the full list of topics and speakers.
A short wagon ride away from Farm Science Review’s (Sept. 19-21) rows of gleaming new tractors, its grounds full of hundreds of exhibitors, its streets packed by thousands of visitors, you’ll see another side of farming …
Eugene Braig, aquatic ecosystems program director in CFAES’s School of Environment and Natural Resources, presents a free program on managing ponds on March 16 in northeast Ohio. Sign up by March 13.
Farm Science Review’s 67-acre Gwynne Conservation Area offers more than three dozen talks and demonstrations related to a farm’s natural resources — from planting trees to selling timber to stocking a pond to bringing in wildlife. They’re free and included with your admission to the Review, which is set for next month in London, west of Columbus. Find out more.
Going to Farm Science Review this week? There’s lots to see and hear in the Gwynne …
Aeration often can do a pond good, says an expert with CFAES. It can keep the pond from stratifying, which can make the water and fish in it healthier. Continue reading
Farm Science Review is about conservation, too. Check out dozens of talks about natural resources — about ponds, trees, wildlife and more — in its 67-acre Gwynne Conservation Area. The big annual CFAES-sponsored event is Sept. 22-24 in London, Ohio.
Long, cold, snowy winters, like this one, can lead to big fish kills in ponds. But there are steps you can take to help fish survive. Read a CFAES expert’s advice.