Direct Marketing Webinar-Organic, Naturally Grown, Chemical Free What do these mean?
Link to webinar: go.osu.edu/OrganicNaturallyGrownChemicalFree6-2017 Speaker(s): Eric Pawlowski & Amalie Lipstrue It is best to log in about 15 minutes prior to the start time so that you can make sure you are able to log in, and that your ...
Direct Marketing Webinar-Managing Negativity
Link to webinar: go.osu.edu/ManagingNegativity5-2017 Speaker(s): Rob Leeds & Jacci Smith It is best to log in about 15 minutes prior to the start time so that you can make sure you are able to log in, and that your sound is working properly. NOTE: ...
Direct Marketing Webinar-Are You Still Accepting Cash in a Digital World
Link to webinar: go.osu.edu/AreYouStillAcceptingCashinaDigitalWorld4-2017 Speaker: Eric Barrett It is best to log in about 15 minutes prior to the start time so that you can make sure you are able to log in, and that your sound is working properly. NO ...
Tanzanian Women Seek to Shape the Next Generation of Extension Agents
to climate change are considered, this number assumes an even greater level of significance. Ms. ...
Ohio AgritoursimReady Conference
Hosted by OSU and Wright & Moore. ...
Ohio Cane-Fruit Pruning Workshop
Hosted by Gary Gao & Dave Scurlock. ...
Ohio State Alumni Association Supports Sokoine University of Agriculture’s Drive to Build Stronger Alumni Relations
between SUA faculty and faculty from participating U.S. universities. Mr. Gurd was introduced to SUA ...
Healthy Ground, Healthy Atmosphere: Recarbonizing the Earth's Soils
Nancy Averett writes about science and the environment from Cincinnati, OH. Her work has been published in Pacific Standard, Audubon, Discover, E/The Environmental Magazine, and a variety of other publications. O n a bright October morning Dave Brandt tr ...
High Tunnel Training, Hosted by Brad Bergefurd
Health study to look for links between disease, land formation
Some areas of Ohio are riddled with karst, a layer of cracked and eroded rock a few feet below ground. Other areas, particularly in eastern Ohio, are pocked with abandoned coal mines whose entrances and air shafts puncture the ground. Both these natural a ...