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  1. SENR- Soil Health Workshop

    https://fabe.osu.edu/node/5346

    200 (Wooster) Stefanie Richardson.972 @osu.edu Monday, November 14, 2016- 8:15am to 1:00pm ...

  2. Research on link between health and nature will grow in new OARDC garden

    https://oardc.osu.edu/newsletter/oardc-report-newsletter/january-february-2016/research-link-between-health-and-nature

    And so will a sense of well-being in visitors… ...

  3. Welcome to our New 4-H Families!

    https://butler.osu.edu/news/welcome-our-new-4-h-families

    more likely to exercise and be physically active *  Report better grades and higher levels of academic ...

  4. Soil, Water and Bioenergy Field Night

    https://oardc.osu.edu/events/soil-water-and-bioenergy-field-night

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  5. Campus Campaign 2014 Wrap-Up

    https://advancement.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/events/campus-campaign-2014-wrap

    50% or higher: ACEL Agricultural, Environmental & Development Economics Ashland County Ashtabula ...

  6. Soil Drainage Research Unit 2017 Budget Meeting

    https://fabe.osu.edu/node/4939

    245 Tuesday, June 21, 2016 (All day) ...

  7. 2012 Graduate Program Information Session

    https://fabe.osu.edu/about-us/events/2012-graduate-program-information-session

    Room (first floor) 1739 N. High St Columbus, OH 43210 United States See map: Google Maps The Ohio State ...

  8. Volunteering Is Good for the Soul

    https://butler.osu.edu/news/volunteering-good-soul

    County.  The program is a partnership between the Butler County Juvenile Justice, the Ohio State Highway ...

  9. Harvesting Your Own Garden Seeds

    https://butler.osu.edu/news/harvesting-your-own-garden-seeds

    are high and there is good air circulation around the drying seed heads and pods.  The key is to avoid ...

  10. Health study to look for links between disease, land formation

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/health-study-look-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 ...

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