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  1. Cultivating Connections Conference aims to cultivate farm transition expertise

    Tracy Turner CINCINNATI, OHIO —  Professionals working to pass on farm businesses to future ... outreach arm of CFAES.  The upcoming gathering aims to cultivate expertise in farm transition by providing ... agricultural operations from one generation to another,” Hall said. “The event aims to build strong ...

  2. Freshwater Science Webinar- Advancing Stormwater Management at Great Lakes Marinas with Green Infrastructure

    by more frequent and severe storms due to climate change. Meanwhile, marinas on the Great Lakes can ... release pollutants — oil, grease, antifreeze, and boat paint — and exacerbate runoff with impervious ... parking lots and rooftops. This puts marinas in a unique position to become a part of the solution. Dr. ...

  3. Natural Resources Cadet

    services, intelligence) Ability to pass fitness and swim test Valid driver's license 21 years of age ... filling of the teeth; branding or scarification. In order for applicants to be considered for the Natural ... Article 31.05 of Unit 2 Contract, applicant must be able to perform the Ohio Peace Officer Basic Training ...

  4. Natural Resources Officer

    ears, eyes or nose; abnormal filling of the teeth; branding or scarification. In order for applicants to ... license; must be able to continuously swim 300 yards in 12 minutes or less, continuously tread water for ... Per Article 31.05 of Unit 2 Contract, applicant must be able to perform the Ohio Peace Officer Basic ...

  5. Now That Wheat Is Down, What's Next? Some Ideas For Fields

    also give you opportunities to make several manure applications as we finish summer and stretch into ... how their food is grown and several local food vendors will be on hand to provide meals.  One change ... been baled or was in the process of being baled.  There are several possibilities of what to do with ...

  6. Hot Water and Chlorine Treatments to Eradicate Bacterial Plant Pathogens from Vegetable Seeds

    and tested for germination (see below) prior to treating the entire lot. Chlorine treatment is easier ... a pathogen encounters the crop, the greater the potential for a serious disease problem to develop. This is ... why it is very important to start with "clean" seed. Properly used, hot water treatment ...

  7. Ohio State research reveals hospital modernization’s impact on health outcomes and racial inequality

    hospital beds, and a 60% increase in high-quality physicians. These changes contributed to a lasting ... Duke Endowment, led to substantial improvements in health outcomes and reduced racial health ... to white infants (4.7%), significantly reducing the Black-white infant mortality gap. Improved access ...

  8. New to Farming? Perhaps USDA can help

    or grow your operation through a variety of programs and services, from farm loans to crop insurance, ... and conservation programs to disaster assistance. FSA offers dedicated help to beginning farmers and ... ranchers. USDA considers anyone who has operated a farm or ranch for less than ten years to be a beginning ...

  9. Become a Volunteer

    opportunity to contribute their time, energies, talents, and knowledge to help develop youth in a positive, ... educational way. The Montgomery County 4-H program is dependent on its incredible adult volunteers to reach ... a completed background check and volunteer training.    Volunteer Application will open in fall of 2024. ...

  10. SENR Announcements, July 15

    SENR Announcements are back! Highlights There is so much good news to share! Add paragraph:  ... contributions to global food security, climate resilience and ecosystem protection. Join SENR in congratulating ... a soil-centric approach to agriculture that has been recognized as a model for secure food systems that can be ...

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