Students in Nelson Lakes National Park listen to tour guide during their study abroad class in New Zealand. Photo credit: David M. Hix
The Environmental Professionals Network's June Breakfast was held at Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park
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The Environment and Natural Resources Alumni Society's Spring 2015 Newsletter is now available

School of Environment and Natural Resources

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Keep your forest healthy by stopping invasive insects, Ohio State experts say. They’ll give a workshop on the topic July 23. (Photo: iStock.)
The Geauga Park District’s Big Creek Park will host a workshop on how to spot and manage invasive forest pests, such as the emerald ash borer, on July 23 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.  Included will be details on a new threat, the spotted lanternfly, which has been found in Pennsylvania. It attacks, among others, cherry, apple and pine trees....

Congratulations to Associate Professor Brian Lower and Lecturer Greg Hitzhusen, who are recipients of this year's North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture (NACTA) Educator Award! The awards presentation is this week at NACTA’s 2015 annual conference (June 16-20) at the University of Georgia.