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January 2023

February 2023
Rural towns leave parents without child care options: ‘Talk about panic.' - NPR in Kansas City (Shoshanah Inwood)
Can we incentivize farmers to build wetlands in the Western Lake Erie Basin? - Knowledge Exchange (Robyn Wilson)

March 2023
Climate change challenges Ohio farmers - Kiowa County Press (Robyn Wilson)
Child care demand outpaces supply. In rural U.S., there may be no supply - NPR All Things Considered (Shoshanah Inwood)
Academic directors for Global Gateways appointed - Office of International Affairs | The Ohio State University (Roger Williams)

10 campus creatures waking up - Ohio State Alumni Magazine (The Wilma H. Schiermeier Olentangy River Wetland Research Park)
Do Solar Farms Lower Property Values? A New Study Has Some Answers - Inside Climate News (Jeffrey Jacquet)
School of Environment and Natural Resources Students to Host School's First Research Symposium - The Lantern (Abby Thiemkey and Allison Williams)
Time 4 Change Week to promote Sustainability for 7th-Straight Year - The Lantern (Abby Thiel and Anna Rigdon)
Smart technology can automate water runoff  - The Toledo Blade (Steve Lyon)

April 2023
Long-term no-till plots sustain soil research for 60 years (KX story) - Leo Deiss 
What can you do to help the Earth, environment in Columbus, Ohio ( - (David Hanselmann)
7 ways our students create a more sustainable world - Ohio State Impact - Students
Two Ohio State students honored as 2023 Udall Awardee and Honorable Mention - Regina Loayza

May 2023
Mourning, and Celebration: A Funeral for a Coal-Fired Power Plant - Inside Climate News (Jeffrey Jacquet)
Lack of affordable childcare is hurting young farm families' ability to grow their businesses - the US farm bill may finally offer some help - The Conversation (Shoshanah Inwood and Florence Becot)
Community Attends 'CALLING HOURS,' a memorial for its deceased coal plant - The Allegheny Front (Jeffrey Jacquet)
Students and Faculty at Ohio State Respond to a Bill That Would Restrict College Discussions of Climate Policies - Inside Climate News (Robyn Wilson and Keely Fisher)

June 2023
A eulogy for a Ohio town's coal-fired power plant - NPR's HERE & NOW (Jeffrey Jacquet)
Researchers seeing climate change affect ice coverage on Lake Erie - Spectrum News (Chris Winslow and others from Stone Lab)

July 2023
Some anglers consider algal blooms helpful - but what are the health effects? - The Weather Nework (Chris Winslow)

August 2023
Current estimates of Lake Erie algae toxicity may miss the mark - Ohio State News (Justin Chaffin)
It’s not just humans: City life is stressful for coyotes, too - Ohio State News (Stan Gehrt)

September 2023
Ohio Sea Grant releases 2023 summary of ODHE Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative - Ohio State News 
Pilot project aims to improve water quality in Shallow Run watershed - Farm and Dairy 

October 2023
Coyotes in Queens? Yes, There Are a Few - The New York Times (Stan Gehrt)
Environmental Professionals Network Hosts Series of Discussions Over Breakfast - The Lantern

November 2023
New discovery in Ohio waters sheds light on reclusive hellbender - Farm and Dairy (Gregory Lipps)
Why regenerative farming is taking hold in red America - Fast Company (Robyn Wilson)
A new roadmap to addressing toxic algal blooms in Lake Erie - Statehouse News Bureau (Chris Winslow)
Ohio State Professor Rattan Lal Aims to Eliminate Hunger While Helping the Environment (Rattan Lal)

December 2023
The 2023 U.N. climate summit, known as COP28, ended last week in Dubai - segment on All Sides with Anna Staver on WOSU (environmental science student Olivia Marrero)