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  1. Dig In! Workshop

    https://cuyahoga.osu.edu/events/dig-workshop

    Dig In! helps community members gain the knowledge and skills necessary to plan, design, and build a thriving and sustainable community garden. ...

  2. Dig In! Workshop

    https://cuyahoga.osu.edu/events/dig-workshop-0

    Dig In! helps community members gain the knowledge and skills necessary to plan, design, and build a thriving and sustainable community garden. ...

  3. ESS Lab Space

    https://senr.osu.edu/node/8518

    Welcome to the Environmental and Social Sustainability Lab 231 Kottman Hall ...

  4. Chainsaw Safety, Dozens More Topics in FSR’s Green Gwynne

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/chainsaw-safety-dozens-more-topics-fsr%E2%80%99s-green-gwynne

    running wagon shuttles will run from the west end of the Review’s main grounds to the nearby Gwynne site ...

  5. TWEL Marne Titchenell Thesis

    https://senr.osu.edu/node/2958

    physical structure of the forest, foraging opportunities, and the availability of roost sites and prey. ...

  6. TWEL Bret Graves Thesis

    https://senr.osu.edu/node/2902

    eastern meadowlark nests (n = 18). Although grassland birds seem to select nest sites based on a variety ...

  7. Ohio 4-H Engineering team competed at National Contest

    https://ohio4h.org/ohio-4-h-engineering-team-competed-national-contest

    and with income levels well above average. The team also attended educational workshops at Purdue ...

  8. Building African Food Security One Student at a Time

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/building-african-food-security-one-student-time

    different settings.”   To learn more about iAGRI, see iagri.org or cfaes.osu.edu/international.   Photo ...

  9. Lecture Series

    https://aede.osu.edu/node/1449

    Minnesota. The Economics of Site Specific Management and Crop Production. April 28-29, 1999 Dr. James M. ...

  10. Ohio Shale’s Biggest Environmental Impact May Be on Forests: Talk at Farm Science Review

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/ohio-shale%E2%80%99s-biggest-environmental-impact-may-be-forests-talk-farm-science-review

    area is part of the site of the Review, the college’s 2,100-acre Molly Caren Agricultural Center. ...

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