The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) released their list of awardees for their Voluntary Public Access and Habitat Incentive Program and the Ohio Division of Wildlife’s proposal to develop the Ohio Public Access for Wildl
We know what you’re thinking. What do syrup and salamanders have in common?! Bring the family to the OSU Mansfield Campus this leap year, and it will all make sense. The College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Science faculty, staff, and extension educators are working with the campus to manage its 600+ acres of woodlands. There are many exciting areas to tour on campus, such as a new sugar bush (the place where trees are tapped for maple syrup) and a vernal pool that is home to salamanders!
A team of School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR) faculty and staff at The Ohio State University were awarded $482,000 from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agricultural Marketing Service for “Leveraging Education and Research to Promote Maple Syrup Production in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.” The funding is made possible through the
ENR 4900.02 Natural Resources Management for Forestry Fisheries & Wildlife First Summer Term 2019 (3 credits)
Instructors: Dr. Gabriel Karns Mr. Daniel Yaussy email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
From the Field: Grant from Feed a Bee used to Establish Pollinator Habitat on Pipeline Rights-of-Way in Eastern Ohio
From the Field: Partnering for Pollinators
In continuing efforts to help the declining Monarch butterfly population, the Save Our Monarchs Foundation (SOM) is creating Monarch butterfly and other pollinator habitat along TransCanada Corporation rights-of-way in central Ohio’s Three Creeks Metro Park. The planting results from a strong partnership between TransCanada, Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks, Ohio Pollinator Habitat Initiative, and the School of Environment and Natural Resources, The Ohio State University.
Seniors majoring in Forestry, Fisheries and Wildlife and Natural Resources Management in the School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR) spent a week on the campus of The Ohio State University at Man