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  1. CFAES News | 4.24.2024

    Alternate parking is available in the northern half of the parking lot as well as the west side of the ... Animal Science parking lot. Beginning May 6, the remainder of the Plumb Hall lot (northern half) will be ... p.m. | The Urban Farm Church, 3901 Maize Road, Columbus, 43224 Learn how to grow, use and preserve ...

  2. Calendar of events

    Whitewood and all it has to offer at the Spring Fling Open House. The event is free to all ages and will ... include tours of camp, hiking and boating opportunities, crafts, and a scavenger hunt. Visit the Camp ... Whitewood Facebook page for additional details. May 1, We Grow Scientists (Columbus) —3-7 p.m. The Ohio ...

  3. Ohio Birds

    red flowers have lots of nectar. (A hummingbird loves nectar. It may drink up to seven times its body ... sideways? If hummingbirds live in your area, you can. In summer, seed-eating birds may not be as plentiful ... may cause a disease in the birds. Food coloring is not necessary. After the syrup is cool, fill each ...

  4. Important Eclipse Information

    identification card will be allowed to park anywhere except the public parking lots. OSU personnel may exit at ... via the main Madison Avenue entrance with parking available in the Fisher Auditorium north and south ... overnight parking is permitted. Faculty, staff and students The CFAES Wooster Campus will not be closed, ...

  5. CFAES News | 5.8.2024

      Cultivating Understanding: Engaging with Opposing Views in Agricultural Discussions May 16th 2024 | 12:00 ... the center of controversy whether it’s from anonymous trolls online or in person with someone who ... Brought to you by the CFAES Buckeye Wellness Innovators Copy:  Build a Better Summer Recipe May 22, 2024 ...

  6. SENR Announcements, April 11

    in The Columbus Dispatch.  Several local TV news stations were present and conducted interviews ... a Collaboration in Progress” by Brooke Neely and Natasha Myhal in the edited volume  National Parks, Native ... here. Out and About in April / May Faculty member Stephen Matthews will introduce the USDA Forest ...

  7. Key To Alfalfa Growth Is Weed Control; Start Sooner Rather Than Later

    for small ruminant producers on May 31 st.  In addition to becoming FAMACHA certified, participants ... in that it requires more finesse to produce than grass hay or row crops.  Alfalfa seed isn’t cheap, ... now being called Bovine Influenza A Virus (BIAV) to better distinguish it from the virus observed in ...

  8. Ross County teens explore new cultures

    trafficking. Through a self-guided tour, they learned about the role Cincinnati played in the Underground ... market. In the afternoon, the group went on a guided tour of the Nancy and David World Holocaust and ... In January 4-H members from Ross County spent a day in Cincinnati immersing themselves in new ...

  9. Common Plant Names Cause Common Misconceptions

    euonymus started out as a very popular landscape plant, being placed around shopping center parking lots ... , industrial parks, and housing developments. Since the 1970’s, it has been establishing in natural areas such ... (Lonicera canadensis) which may be confused with the non-natives. On a recent tour through Secrest ...

  10. Monitoring and Managing Spotted Wing Drosophila in Fruit Crops

    It was detected in Ohio raspberries in 2011 and in a variety of small fruit and grapes in 2012 ... detection occurred in Hawaii in 1980, and in 2008, it was found in the continental United States in ... regions—including those where freezing temperatures are common—and has no natural enemies in North America, it has ...

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