Don’t wait to monitor stands
identified more than 25 different species of Pythium that are highly pathogenic on both corn and soybean. ...
Communiqué May 13, 2015
http://osucares.osu.edu/grants/2015seed.html. All of these grants support partnerships between OSU Extension and another Ohio State department ... technologically wired, highly educated and eager to make a difference in their workplace. This highly interactive ... born between 1980-2000, and this generation is almost as large as the Baby Boomer generation. An ...
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When an Abandoned Parking Lot Becomes a Farm
Not many of us would look at a parking lot and see a way to improve the local food system, but that’s exactly what happened on OSU’s Mansfield campus. ...
Supporting Our Military & Veteran Students
Navigating university and military life can be a challenge for veteran and enlisted students. Find out what CFAES is doing to help. ...
We Want to Hear from You!
Did a staff or faculty member make a big difference in your life? ...
Providing Answers for the Leading Killer of Ohioans Under 55
The Swank Program in Rural-Urban Policy released a study on the opioid epidemic with surprising information on the state's ability to combat the crisis. ...
Renovating the Neighborhood Baseball Diamond
Horticulture and Crop Science students get a great hands-on learning opportunity and school baseball teams get a renovated field with this class project. It’s a great example of a wonderful partnership! ...
CFAES Alumni Making News
We love to see our alumni out in the world making great things happen. Here are some recent newsmakers from The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. ...
Communiqué August 6, 2014
Annual Conference – The Next 100 Years December 9, 10 and 11 – Ohio Union, 1739 North High St, Columbus ... research. Build relationships between Extension professionals and university faculty to foster expanded ... partnerships, they are out of a job. “Who truly understands the difference between working in a county with good ...