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May 1: How Are Human, Animal and Environmental Health Connected?

Apr 16, 2014

May 1: How Are Human, Animal and Environmental Health Connected?

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Links between human, animal and environmental health -- factors in the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa, for example -- are the focus of May’s monthly breakfast program of the Environmental Professionals Network.

Tree School Set for Ohio State Mansfield

Apr 16, 2014

Tree School Set for Ohio State Mansfield

MANSFIELD, Ohio — The Ohio Woodland Stewards Program will hold its 2014 Tree School from 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. May 3 in Ovalwood Hall on Ohio State University’s Mansfield campus, 1760 University Drive.

Ohio Agricultural Law Symposium is May 16

Apr 15, 2014

Ohio Agricultural Law Symposium is May 16

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Attorneys with Ohio State University Extension's Agricultural and Resource Law Program will offer a day-long legal conference May 16 designed to offer attorneys insight into key issues that affect farmers and agribusiness, organizers said.

Chow Line: Labeling genetically modified foods (4/11/14)

Apr 14, 2014

Chow Line: Labeling genetically modified foods (4/11/14)

I'm surprised that genetically modified foods aren’t required to be labeled. Why aren’t they?

Media Advisory: Sudden Temperature Drop’s Impact on Gardens

Apr 14, 2014

Media Advisory: Sudden Temperature Drop’s Impact on Gardens

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Just when Ohioans finally experienced springtime warmth with temperatures in the 80s in some areas on Sunday, winter’s long reach is back in the headlines with cold temperatures and snow showers forecast Tuesday.

'Plant That Ate the South' Is Here: Poster Tells Public to Watch Out for Kudzu

Apr 08, 2014

'Plant That Ate the South' Is Here: Poster Tells Public to Watch Out for Kudzu

Kudzu, the “plant that ate the South,” is now in Ohio. And experts with Ohio State University's College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences want people to know it.


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