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Fish Farming Resources
started and difficult to make money on a small scale. However, we have seen success with people starting ...
Pass It On: Business Transition Training
Over 70,000 businesses in Ohio are owned by people over 55. As these owners prepare for ...
Advanced Soil Health Systems Training for Indiana USDA-NRCS
Stephanie McLain from USDA-NRCS Indiana State Soil Health Program, Joe Rorick from Conservation Cropping ... Core Trainings and/or previously attended Advanced Soil Health Systems Trainings. More than 100 people ...
CFAES appoints Kathy Lechman as assistant dean and director of diversity, equity, and inclusion
Ethnicity. In her appointment, we have someone familiar with our college and many of our people as well as ...
Forming a more Diverse Cooperative History
often bonded people to the land through debt and labor. With the Civil Rights Movement, a group of Black ... cooperation should begin with indigenous networks of cooperation, such as John Curl’s For All The People. With ...
Alumni in the news
Blight and Preserve Lincoln City with Urban Renewal Agency Stephanie Nestor* Boot Hill Distillery Adds ...
CFAES launches the Knowledge Exchange
Tools, Environment and Natural Resources, Food and Agriculture, and People and Communities. Over 25 ...
A virtual battle cry
optimism, rising up to a crescendo of percussion and horns. When the band starts playing it, people stand up ... throughout the stadium—often 100,000-plus people coming together in one moment—and cheer. The COVID-19 ...
Healthy food, land, and people depend on supported research
Your support to student research could change how we look at agriculture in the future. ...
A Cup of Coffee with Dr. Dan
premise – helping people make mindful choices and inspiring internal motivation. Through programs like ... educate people on how to manage their chronic illnesses and for disseminating knowledge to help build ... can help people apply information to their lives, and realize why they need to make a change. I think ...