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 ...
In Debt? Out of a Job? OSU Extension Tool Assists Ohioans Faced with Financial Difficulties
site. With unemployment rates in the five counties in double digits — some as high as 16 percent — and ...
Farm Science Review to Begin on Schedule Sept. 21, Despite Minor Damage from Storms
crowds. Heavy rain and high winds, though short of tornadic conditions, blew over tents, scattered debris ...
Protecting Harvested Grains Even More Important This Year Thanks to Drought and Lower Yield Forecasts
single bushel that does get harvested should be high on every grower’s priority list, said Curtis Young, ...
Are Deer Eating Your Profits? Reduce the Losses with OSU Extension Workshop
"I have been on farms this past season where several acres of high-value vegetable crops had been ...
Ohio Joins the National AgrAbility Program
a lifestyle of high quality for farmers and other agricultural workers with disabilities, so that they, their ...
Chow Line: Focus on health to help kids lose weight (for 6/21/09)
buying fewer high-calorie snacks and fast foods. Encourage physical activity — kids need about 60 minutes ...
Chow Line: Calorie counts on menus helpful (for 4/18/10)
information was provided at the point-of-purchase, sales of high-calorie entrees dramatically decreased, while ...
OARDC Names 2009 Junior Faculty Research Award Winners: Land Use, Food-borne Illness Experts
in the past eight years, including three papers with more than 50 citations; is committed to ...
Horticulturist Named D.C. Kiplinger Chair
Kiplinger Chair, Jones will work to increase research and Extension collaborations between Ohio State's ...