SENR Announcements, May 22
Announcements Highlights Add paragraph: Copy: Celebrations A Garden Party to celebrate graduates was held on the Kottman Hall patio on May 5. Staff from the Academic Team (shown above) hosted the celebration. Photo by Jessica Caton Diefenbach. A couple ...
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Native Trees: Creating a Living Landscape
Learn more Learn more about creating a living landscape with native trees and shrubs. Discover native trees and shrubs that create a living landscape for a variety of creatures ...
KX Elevator Pitch: Jeremy Bruskotter explains changing perceptions of wildlife values
It's a short trip to the top of the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Building in the freight elevator. Can Jeremy Bruskotter, social scientist with the School for Environment and Natural Resources, tell us about his research into changing percept ...
In The Conversation
Lack of affordable childcare is hurting young farm families’ ability to grow their businesses – the US farm bill may finally offer some help Read the full article originally published in The Conversation by Shoshanah Inwood, associate professor of rur ...
Director's Note, May 23
Dear Alumni and Friends, Add paragraph: Copy: Spring semester is a bustling time for our team here in the School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR). We celebrated 155 undergraduate and graduate students who completed their degree at a garden pa ...
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EPN Breakfast- Monday, June 5, 2023: Honoring Ohio's Environment and Celebrating its Champions
Lep Monitoring Network Update #2 – Black Cutworm & True Armyworm
We are currently in our second week of monitoring for black cutworm (BCW) and true armyworm (AMW) moths in Ohio. Both moths are early season pests in Ohio that migrate to the state and lay eggs in fields. Once the eggs hatch, the caterpillars cause damage ...