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  1. Virtual 4-H Programming Through January 31, 2022

    https://butler.osu.edu/news/virtual-programming-through-end-january

    rather a reflection of county case numbers. Since our programming numbers usually include more than 50 ...

  2. The Ecology of Vernal Pools: Hidden Treasures in Your Backyard, Part 1

    https://ocvn.osu.edu/events/ecology-vernal-pools-hidden-treasures-your-backyard-part-1

    have mucky soils, are very high in macroinvertebrate biodiversity due to a lack of fish, and are ... wetlands. As the water level falls in summer some aquatic species will move to nearby pools where water is ...

  3. Meet Our Team Members: Dr. Sanja Ilic

    https://producesafety.osu.edu/news/meet-our-team-members-dr-sanja-ilic

    of produce growers including small and medium farmers, plain growers, hydroponic, urban, and minimal ... foods have cooking steps as a measure to reduce the risk of foodborne illnesses, fresh produce is ...

  4. Soil Health for Urban and Rural Ecosystems WEBINAR

    https://ocvn.osu.edu/events/soil-health-urban-and-rural-ecosystems-webinar

    Join us Friday July 16 th for our next webinar Soil Health for Urban and Rural Ecosystems.  Soils ... do to ensure our soils stay healthy and functional from SENR’s Brian Slater, Professor and Extension ... Specialist in soils. Register here: go.osu.edu/forestsoils Both ISA and SAF credits are available for this ...

  5. Restoring Streams and Wetlands- Final EPN Breakfast

    https://ocvn.osu.edu/events/restoring-streams-and-wetlands-final-epn-breakfast

    trainings, and collaborations among and between professional ecologists and engineers to create sustainable ...

  6. 3-Hr Good Agricultural Practices training: Wayne County

    https://producesafety.osu.edu/events/3-hr-good-agricultural-practices-training-wayne-county

    Good Agricultural Practices are best practices put in place to reduce the risk of foodborne ... contamination on produce at the farm level.  These practices are options to REDUCE but can never ELIMINATE all ... the risks of contamination. The Good Agricultural Practices Training covers: Water Quality Biological ...

  7. OSU High Tunnel Workshop, OSU South Centers

    https://producesafety.osu.edu/events/osu-high-tunnel-workshop-osu-south-centers

    importance of developing a water testing program on the produce farm. All attendees will receive a 50 ... Quality and Testing Workshop to help fruit and vegetable growers better understand water quality and the ... Lab representative will be available to give a hands-on testing demonstration and to answer testing ...

  8. GAPS 3-Hour Training: Guernsey County

    https://producesafety.osu.edu/events/gaps-3-hour-training-guernsey-county-0

    Good Agricultural Practices are best practices put in place to reduce the risk of foodborne ... contamination on produce at the farm level.  These practices are options to REDUCE but can never ELIMINATE all ... the risks of contamination. The Good Agricultural Practices Training covers: Water Quality Biological ...

  9. 3-Hr Good Agricultural Practices Training: SUMMIT CO

    https://producesafety.osu.edu/events/3-hr-good-agricultural-practices-training-summit-co

    the risk of foodborne contamination on produce at the farm level.  These practices are options to ... REDUCE but can never ELIMINATE all the risks of contamination. The Good Agricultural Practices Training ... covers: Water Quality Biological Soil Amendments Wildlife and Domestic Animal Intrusion Worker Hygiene ...

  10. Good Agricultural Practices

    https://producesafety.osu.edu/good-agricultural-practices

    two primary benefits: 1) Reduce the risk that a foodborne disease outbreak will originate on the farm ... University GAPS are a series of voluntary management guidelines that can help to reduce the risks of ...

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