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  1. Tribal Reciprocity and Connections

    https://senr.osu.edu/diversity/initiatives-activities/tribal-reciprocity-and-connections

    Tribal Reciprocity and Connections Coeur d’Alene Tribe  For several years, Dr. Mažeika Patricio Sullivan has been working with the Schitsu’umsh people of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, who reside in current day northern Idaho. This work has focused on water rig ...

  2. Alumni Career Spotlight: Bret Henninger

    https://senr.osu.edu/node/10062

    Bret Henninger Fisheries Management ‘94 Chief Operating Officer, Great Parks of Hamilton County Bret completed his undergraduate degree in SENR in 1994 after majoring in Fisheries Management. During his time in SENR, he worked as a student employee in the ...

  3. SENR Seminar Series- An interdisciplinary approach to natural resource decision-making in the context of social-ecological change

    https://senr.osu.edu/events/senr-seminar-series-interdisciplinary-approach-natural-resource-decision-making-context

    Dr. Zhao Ma, Professor of Natural Resource Social Science at Purdue University in the Department of Forestry and Natural Resources will present,   An interdisciplinary approach to natural resource decision-making in the context of social-ecological change ...

  4. Autumn 2021 Seminar Series

    https://senr.osu.edu/events/calendar/autumn-2021-seminar-series

    Autumn 2021 SENR Seminar Series Thursdays starting 4:10- 5:30 p.m.  Instructors:   Dr. Sayeed Mehmood (mehmood.9@osu.edu) and Dr. Shoshanah Inwood (inwood.2@osu.edu) The SENR Seminar Series is held during the autumn and spring academic semesters. Speakers ...

  5. Extension Area Economic Overview Reports

    https://comdev.osu.edu/programs/economic-development/economic-impact-analysis/extension-area-economic-overview-reports

    OSU Extension's IMPLAN User Team is interested in sharing timely economic reports with Area Leaders and other County staff on county or regional economies. IMPLAN is an economic input-output tool licensed by the CD unit that offers unique data sets f ...

  6. New Pesticide Applicator training available in Mercer County!

    https://auglaize.osu.edu/news/new-pesticide-applicator-training-available-mercer-county-0

    It is the time of year when we offer pesticide applicator trainings. The first training in our area will be in Celina. On November 10 th.  Registration is due by November 4 th.  Please see the flyer for more information. ...

  7. Still a Big Window for Fall Herbicide Treatments

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-37/still-big-window-fall-herbicide-treatments

    Many growers know the benefits of fall herbicide treatments, and like how fields look the following spring.  We know that it’s not always possible to complete harvest and then still find the time, weather, or field conditions to get herbicides applied.  T ...

  8. The 2021 Ohio Community Wildlife Cooperative VIRTUAL Conference

    https://senr.osu.edu/events/2021-ohio-community-wildlife-cooperative-virtual-conference

    An annual conference intended to provide resources, support, and knowledge to aid community leaders and planners in managing wildlife and human-wildlife conflict. View website for full details, agenda and to register.  ...

  9. Low Vomitoxin Levels in Corn but Rain and Delayed Harvest Could Change this Picture

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-37/low-vomitoxin-levels-corn-rain-and-delayed-harvest-could-change

    After walking more than 40 corn fields and sampling more than 3,500 ears, we believe that Gibberella ear rot (GER), and consequently, vomitoxin levels likely will be much lower this year than they were last fall. This is because conditions during the week ...

  10. Utility Scale Wind and Solar Development under the New Ohio Senate Bill 52

    https://comdev.osu.edu/news/utility-scale-wind-and-solar-development-under-new-ohio-senate-bill-52

    Amid a surge in large-scale solar energy developments across the state, Ohioans now have more influence over what, if any, land in their communities will be used for wind or solar farms. A new state law (Senate Bill 52) that went into effect October 11, a ...

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