Look Out! It Is Skunk Season!
Late winter is known for many seasons. If you are a maple syrup producer, it is sugaring season. If you are an outdoor winter activity type it is ski season. Unfortunately, this time of year is also SKUNK season. ...
4-H Open House
Join us on March 1st from 4:00pm to 6:00pm here at our office in the Buckeye Room. We will have tables set up with different projects and people on hand to answer questions, and help with enrollment. ...
Don't Fear The Fall
Hang On To These Tips To Keep You On Your Feet ...
Let's Talk Watersheds
There has been a lot of conversation about watersheds in the last week, with much of that conversation being brought about due to the concerns regarding the train derailment incident in East Palestine, Ohio ...
Study Abroad in Agricultural Communication
AGRCOMM 5797 Engages undergraduate and graduate students in an international learning experience to address their academic and professional interests in agricultural communication. Course objectives and topics will vary based on the country explored and t ...
Thomas awarded NAFB scholarship
Sarah Thomas, a master’s student in agricultural communication, education, and leadership, was presented the Farmakis Scholarship by the NAFB Foundation at the annual National Association of Farm Broadcasting (NAFB) Convention recently held in Kansas City ...
Selling Livestock Direct To Consumers?
As consumers continue to look at sourcing their food through local channels, many producers are finding opportunities to sell meat cuts directly to consumers. How do you determine what to charge? ...
Teach Love Through Actions In Daily Family Life
If I asked you, "Where did you learn about what love looks like?", what comes to mind? ...
Understanding Soil Nutrients
For more information click here To Register: go.osu.edu/understandingsoilnutrients ...
2023 CFAES Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Speaker Series
Please save the dates so you can join us for all events! All sessions will take place on Zoom from 12:00 pm-1:15 pm EST on the third Thursdays in February, April, July, and September. Each session will involve a presentation followed by Q&A. See below ...