More 2020 News

September
The Soil Scientist: Ohio State’s Rattan Lal Wins Global Recognition (Rattan Lal)
Trump's deregulatory disregard for law and science (Opinion - Mažeika Sullivan)

August

Bike Racks for Buckeyes (Ryan Vogel)
New Rule Threatens Environment, Puts U.S. Waters at Risk (Mažeika Sullivan)
A watershed moment for U.S. water quality (Mažeika Sullivan)
A Prophet Of Soil Gets His Moment Of Fame (Rattan Lal)
New fertilizer Guide for Field Crops (Steven Culman)
SEED GRANTS SUPPORT SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE, FOOD, ENERGY AND WATER RESEARCH (Matthew Hamilton and Joseph Campbell)
WOSU's Columbus Neighborhoods celebrates sesquicentennial (Rattan Lal)
Research and Innovation Showcase at The Ohio State University - Research Spotlight Speakers (Callia Tellez)

July 

SUSTAINABILITY STUDENT FEATURED AS RESEARCH AND INNOVATION SHOWCASE SPEAKER (Callia Tellez)
Ohio Sea Grant Announces 2021 Knauss Fellowship Finalists (Maggie Beetstra)
Dr. Rattan Lal Awarded World Food Prize 2020 (Rattan Lal)
Farm-tastic! Wayne County part of unique agriculture-bolstering project (Shoshanah Inwood)
Make Learning to Fish This Year’s Summer Project (Eugene Braig)

June

In 'Cancer Alley,' a renewed focus on systemic racism is too late (Kerry Ard)
Coyotes Are Here to Stay. Can Columbus Adapt? (Stanley Gehrt)
OSU, Wayne County collaborating on value-added ag project (Shoshanah Inwood)
Pioneer of research on sequestering carbon in soil is this year's World Food Prize laureate (Rattan Lal)
Earth’s Rapidly Degrading Soil Is Bad News For Human Health (Rattan Lal)
Soil Prof Hits Pay Dirt: $250K Prize For Helping Farmers, Fighting Climate Change (Rattan Lal)
Pioneer of research on sequestering carbon in soil is this year's World Food Prize laureate (Rattan Lal)
Scientist's ground-up solution to feeding the developing world wins $250,000 prize (Rattan Lal)
Ohio State University soil professor gets World Food Prize (Rattan Lal)
Ohio State soil scientist awarded World Food Prize (Rattan Lal)
Ohio State offers tips for vendors, consumers when shopping at farmers markets amid COVID-19 (Shoshanah Inwood)
Being seen and heard during Black Birders Week (Nicole Jackson)

May

Why farmers dump food and crops while grocery stores run dry and Americans struggle (Douglas Jackson-Smith)

April

Flocks of turkeys. Swarms of rats. The pizza groundhog. Animals are taking over the streets (Stan Gehrt)

March

A champion for healthy soil (Rattan Lal) 
How and why to keep phosphorus on no-till fields (Warren Dick and Steve Culman)
New Wayne County farm-to-school project (Shoshanah Inwood)
Columbus' urban-forestry master plan taking root (Rosalie Hendon, MENR '17)

February

Jason Ward, host of ‘Birds of North America,’ will speak twice at Ohio State on Feb. 18 (Environmental Professionals Network and Environmental Film Series)
Warning: Coyotes could be watching you (Stan Gehrt)
When introduced species are cute and loveable, culling them is a tricky proposition (Jeremy Bruskotter)
Adapting to climate change: We’re doing it wrong (Robyn Wilson)
CFAES testimony at House hearing: Technology can benefit rural America (Doug Jackson-Smith)
Multiple Film Series Showcase Environmental Cinema (David Hanselmann)

January 

Taking the pulse of Ohio's Farmers (Doug Jackson-Smith and Shoshanah Inwood)
Ohio's toxic algae plan could give other states a blueprint (Robyn Wilson)
Taking the pulse of Ohio farmers (Doug Jackson-Smith, Shoshanah Inwood)
Unpacking the rise of urban coyotes (Stan Gehrt)
Why Coyotes — Up To 4,000 Of Them — Are Turning Up In Chicago (Stan Gehrt)
Chicago coyote captured after 2 suspected attacks reported (Stan Gehrt)