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Chow Line: More fruit,veggies in school lunches (4/25/14)

Apr 24, 2014

Chow Line: More fruit,veggies in school lunches (4/25/14)

My daughter says students at her school throw away a lot more cafeteria food these days because they get too many vegetables. Why serve a food if kids just throw it away?

Family Fundamentals: Resilient families better able to cope with crisis (4/2014)

Apr 24, 2014

Family Fundamentals: Resilient families better able to cope with crisis  (4/2014)

We know two families who are dealing with a serious illness of one of their family members. One family appears to coping well, while the other seems to be in a tailspin. Are there certain strategies a family can take to help them get through such a situation?

On-Field Ohio: Rewriting Ohio’s Phosphorus Risk Index to Keep Nutrients and Water on Fields

Apr 24, 2014

On-Field Ohio: Rewriting Ohio’s Phosphorus Risk Index to Keep Nutrients and Water on Fields

COLUMBUS, Ohio – All farm field test sites have been selected and soil samples from fall testing dates have been collected as part of an ongoing three-year project by an Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences researcher to revise an agricultural tool used by farmers statewide to better predict phosphorus runoff, offer them more management options and improve Ohio water quality.

Spring Planting Delays from Wet Conditions Not a Concern…Yet

Apr 24, 2014

Spring Planting Delays from Wet Conditions Not a Concern…Yet

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Despite the wet conditions that have affected many Ohio corn fields so far this season, growers who haven’t begun planting yet shouldn’t be concerned yet, according to an agronomist with Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.

Southeastern Ohio Hay Day is June 19

Apr 24, 2014

CALDWELL, Ohio – Growers and producers can learn the latest tips and techniques in forage harvesting and forage handling machinery as well as how to save money during a field day offered by educators from Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.

Discover Woodland Wildlife at Ohio State Mansfield May 9

Apr 21, 2014

Discover Woodland Wildlife at Ohio State Mansfield May 9

The Ohio Woodland Stewards Program will hold a “Wildlife in Your Woods” workshop May 9 on Ohio State's Mansfield campus.


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