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  1. Land Use, Land Trusts, and "Smart Growth" Links

    https://epn.osu.edu/getting-started/helpful-links/land-use-land-use-land-trusts-smart-growth-links

    special places, the farms, forests, parks and other green spaces that people love; helps land ... improving health and environment; promotes people-friendly, regional planning; healthy food from local ... people for parks, gardens, natural places, livable communities; conservation financing; GIS; ...

  2. Farm Bill Expected to Meet Resistance

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/farm-bill-expected-meet-resistance

    three people involved in managing a farm can each receive a maximum of $125,000 a year on covered ... alone. Among the various proposed changes regarding payment limits, the bill makes several more people ... a farm. “There are a lot of people who believe large farmers are well off enough that payments to them ...

  3. Online Class Improves Workplace Communication with Latinos

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/online-class-improves-workplace-communication-latinos

    person does not exist, Pasian’s course assumes certain generalizations about people from different ... cultures. “We all behave the way we behave because we learned that in our culture. We expect people to react ... in a certain way. When we interact with people from a different culture, those expectations may not ...

  4. Media Advisory: Ohio State Experts Can Speak on Salmonella, Backyard Chickens

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/media-advisory-ohio-state-experts-can-speak-salmonella-backyard-chickens

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — With 32 people infected, Ohio has the highest number of Salmonella cases in ... a recent outbreak involving 47 states where people had contact with backyard poultry flocks. Two experts ... Lorain, Mahoning, Montgomery, Morrow, Richland, Trumbull and Warren. The people who were infected in Ohio ...

  5. Empathy and Flexibility Go a Long Way When Managing Farm Employees

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/empathy-and-flexibility-go-long-way-when-managing-farm-employees

    requiring long work days, often people opt instead for an 8-hour work day in an office or store, said ... 200 cattle, but in 15 years, could grow to have 2,000 or more. At that point, he’s managing people ... can find people who know how to work with cows, but it’s difficult to find people who like or know how ...

  6. Learn to Freeze Fruits and Vegetables

    https://fairfield.osu.edu/events/learn-freeze-fruits-and-vegetables

    safely thaw them for use. This class is free, and designed for people who want to learn more about basic ...

  7. Sustainable Choices For Music Festivals

    https://bioproducts.osu.edu/news/sustainable-choices-music-festivals

    festival for life if attendees carpool, offers a bottle exchange program, and more to motivate people to be ... products to lessen your carbon footprint and be more sustainable. Nowadays, many people like to wear ... camping for the duration of the festival. Many people bring their own tents to these festivals, but will ...

  8. Learn How to Dry and Preserve Fruits and Vegetables

    https://fairfield.osu.edu/events/learn-how-dry-and-preserve-fruits-and-vegetables

    for people who want to learn more about basic food preservation using dehydration methods. To ...

  9. Jump-Starting Rural Economies

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/jump-starting-rural-economies

    surprising that rural counties across the United States are declining in population. Since 2000, more people ... even numbers of people moving to cities as to rural areas, said Partridge, who along with Katchova work ... adults who go on to college and jobs in metropolitan areas, but they could aim to attract people in their ...

  10. Overdose Rate Tied to Jobless Rate

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/overdose-rate-tied-jobless-rate

    had higher rates of people dying by overdoses than other regions, said Mark Partridge, the C. William ... because people without a college degree were more likely to take manual labor jobs, which can be ... a result, a lot of people were not earning what their parents did, and yet they had expectations of being ...

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