The first webinar in the Water Quality Wednesday webinar series, titled “How can we manage Phosphorus to protect our water?” will be December 8th from 10:00-11:30 AM. Speakers Dr. Libby Dayton, Research Scientist in the School of Environment and Natural Resources at OSU, and Dr. Chris Winslow, Director of Ohio Sea Grant, will discuss trends of soil test Phosphorus, erosion, and Phosphorus effects’ on Lake Erie and the recent algal blooms it has experienced. Time for a Question-and-Answer session will be allotted at the end of the program for participants to engage with the speakers. Both CCA continuing education credits and CLM credits will be offered at the end of the live webinar on December 8th.
Future WQW Webinar Dates:
- January 12 –Step into the town hall, then step into your field: From watershed planning to field-level implementation
- February 2–Best Management Practice Deep Dive: Conservation Drainage
- February 16 –Nitrogen Efficiency and Loss Prevention
- March 23 –Emerging Technology in Water Quality
Location: via Zoom, register for one or all sessions at go.osu.edu/WQW
Cost: Free, but registration is required to receive the Zoom link
Details: Join the Ohio State University’s Water Quality Extension Associates for a webinar series discussing topics related to water quality, ranging from Phosphorus and agricultural Best Management Practices to watershed planning and technology. All webinars will be recorded for later viewing. Live webinars will offer Certified Crop Advisor continuing education credits, and relevant topics will offer Certified Livestock Manager credits to participants.
Contact information: Rachel Cochran, firstname.lastname@example.org; (567) 344-5016