Thirteen Ohio boat marinas earned Ohio Clean Marinas certification for their environmental efforts in 2018. Read the story.
The Ohio Clean Marinas Program is a partnership between Ohio State’s Ohio Sea Grant program and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Find out more. (Photo: Lake Erie off of Cleveland, Getty Images.)
CFAES has big plans for its Waterman Agricultural and Natural Resources Laboratory in Columbus. Dean Cathann A. Kress says those plans include becoming “a university hub for leading science and public engagement related to our food system, agriculture, and natural resources; as well as a center where many of our partners can join us to advance knowledge and industry, communicate about science, and prepare future leaders.” Read all about it.
CFAES scientist Douglas Jackson-Smith,professor of water security in the School of Environment and Natural Resources, presents “What Motivates Environmentally Responsible Behavior?” at 7 p.m. tonight, Wednesday, May 1, in the free monthly Wooster Science Café series.
CFAES sustainability alumnus Vincent Valentino, pictured, is one of nearly 20 speakers set to share insights at the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency’s 2019 Sustainability Conference on April 17 in Columbus.
Ohio State’s 2019 Time for Change Week continues on Friday, April 5, with:
A presentation on community gardens, including how to run them and how they can improve a neighborhood’s food security, by members of the student group Nourish International, 11 a.m. to noon. Find out more.
Buckeye Blackout Concert, 6–9 p.m. “Lights out, get loud!” the event listing says. “Join us for a night of student and local bands, friends, and sustainable giveaways, all against the backdrop of Mirror Lake.”
A busy day scheduled on Wednesday, April 3, during Ohio State’s Time for Change Week, April 1–7, including free chances to exchange your single-use plastic shopping bags and water bottles for better, reusable options.