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Get feet wet in aquaponics at FSR
University who will give the talks. “People like the idea of the marriage between fish and plants.” The ... local food choices and people’s nutrition, he said. “There’s a noticeable trend throughout agriculture ...
Farm Science Review – Larger Exhibit Area, Easier Access
difference to visitors,” said Nick Zachrich, Farm Science Review manager. “With close to 130,000 people ...
5 ways Gwynne’s growing greener (and you can, too)
that people — including the Review’s 100,000-plus visitors every September — can take home and use on ...
FSR presentation ‘Can Cities Feed Themselves?’ looks at urban farming
substantial, he said. “People have caught onto the fact that urban ag has a whole lot of community development ... fsr.osu.edu. Some 130,000 people are expected to attend the event. ...
Farm Science Review: Good reasons to go green at the Gwynne Conservation Area
of the Review’s main grounds, where some 130,000 people are expected over the event’s three days. In ... a forester, I’m happy to show people how planting small seedlings eventually leads to large trees,” Smith ...
The Farm Science Review Wants Your Selfie
said. Behind him, some of the 110,000 to 130,000 people who attend the three-day event would be visiting ...
2015 Farm Science Review Fosters Connections Among Attendees, Exhibitors
partnerships and the transfer of knowledge among people involved in different facets of agriculture,” said ... attendees get the support and resources they need to increase production to help feed 9 billion people by ...
in Quarter Horse Mares Kim Cole Stephanie Verhoff Pollen limits seed set in small populations of ...
Farmers Must Prepare for the Unthinkable
key people that should be involved. Is there someone who wants to keep the farm going? Understand each ...
Unmanned Aerial Systems and Vehicles to Take Flight at 2015 Farm Science Review
the department. “We want people to experience UAS and its potential uses within farm businesses, along ... feed 9 billion people by the year 2050.” Advance sale tickets for the Farm Science Review are $7 at all ...