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Dec. 18 Open Doors training: How to recognize, identify, end bias
Multicultural Center. Mileage will be provided by the CFAES Diversity Catalyst Team for the first 10 people to ...
Ohio State's new tobacco free policy kicks off Jan. 1
people commonly use tobacco. As we near the implementation date of this policy, you are strongly ...
Ohio State Experts to Speak at Sustainable Agriculture Conference
improving people’s food security as a result, one of its university-wide areas of focus. Details are at ...
Conference to Help Ohio's Cities Manage Urban Wildlife
and suburbs limit conflicts between people and wildlife, from deer to geese to coyotes. Organizers say ...
Ohio 4-H inducts 4 into Hall of Fame
At least 1,650 people attended the Ohio Volunteer Conference and Ohio Teen Conference, which capped ... A number of people were also recognized for their years of volunteer service to Ohio 4-H. The 2014 Ohio ...
Chow Line: Ring in healthy year with pork, sauerkraut
a day, and more than half of the 1,500 milligrams a day that people with high blood pressure should ...
Wily coyotes are howlingly faithful: Study finds 100 percent monogamy
offspring" and has a clear genetic stake in helping them survive, Gehrt said. 2,000 coyotes, 9 million people ... greater Chicago, which is home to about 9 million people and is the third-largest metropolitan area in the ...
FSR Hall of Fame Inductees
The Farm Science Review honors the people that helped make the show a great place to visit. The ...
How to bring local, healthier foods back to school
vegetables are essential to help people eat healthier. Fresh-cooked meals made with local products are tasty, ... continue to grow healthy young people throughout Ohio.-- Cheryl Buck, OSU Extension ...
Ohio State ag law professor helps farmers know their rights
— “Sometimes when I tell people that I do ag law, they go ‘what is that?’ Well, take just about any area of law ... I think that creates need for people who are well versed in both law and agriculture.” By Catie Noyes ...