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  1. Environmental Professionals Network (EPN) to Offer 6th Breakfast

    Feb 5, 2013

    Join other Environmental Professionals on February 12 to network and learn about nutrients, harmful algal blooms, and Lake Erie. Coffee/tea are provided at 7:15 a.m. with a buffet breakfast starting at 7:40 a.m. The panel discussion starts at 8:10 a.m.  Register to attend by Friday, February 8. 

  2. SENR 2013 Spring Seminar Series

    Feb 4, 2013

    We hope you will join us Thursday, April 18 for the final seminar of our Spring Series.   Dr. Mohan Wali will be presenting "From Analog to Digital:  A Lifetime in Ecology and Environmental Science," 103 Kottman Hall with a video link to 123 Williams Hall in Wooster.

  3. Available Now! Managing Forest Birds in Southeast Ohio: A Guide for Land Managers

    Jan 31, 2013

    Managing Forest Birds in Southeast Ohio: A Guide for Land Managers by Dr. Amanda Rodewald is now available for download.

  4. SENR faculty research featured in most recent National Wildlife Federation magazine

    Jan 29, 2013

    SENR Professor and Ecologist Amanda Rodewald’s research on the impacts of nonnative plants on bird species highlighted.

  5. Former ENR Masters Student is New Executive Director of MORPC

    Jan 14, 2013

    ENR Alum becomes the Executive Director of the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission.


  6. Tri-lateral Partnership Addresses African Food Security

    Jan 14, 2013

    Ohio State University has a long history of cultivating international relationships. CFAES's Office of International Programs in Agriculture is forming a three-way partnership designed to bring together university expertise at Ohio State, Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) in India and Egerton University in Kenya.

  7. Coal Plant Byproduct, If Spread on Farms, Could Fight Lake Erie Algae

    Jan 14, 2013

    An Ohio State University scientist says an abundant byproduct from coal-burning power plants, if spread on farmers’ fields, could help control Lake Erie’s harmful algal blooms. 


  8. Transition

    Dec 6, 2012

    Ohio State University’s renowned Schiermeier Olentangy River Wetland Research Park, which opened its doors 20 years ago, is now in the process of opening them wider.