How one tough shrub could help fight hunger in Africa New study finds drought-resistant native plant can irrigate food crops
A collaborative project on the restoration of Ohio strip-mine land is the focus of a front-page article in The Columbus Dispatch.
A Doctoral Scholarly Seminar will be presented by Matthew Bright, PhD Candidate in Soil Science. His presentation is Shrubs, Sand, and the Sahel: The Role of Agroforestry in Sustainaing Agroecosystems of Sub-Saharan Africa in 333 Kottman Hall.
This news item originally appeared on the website of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. COLUMBUS, Ohio — An Ohio State University scientist who led the discovery of the biophysical processes behind a native shrub intercropping system that could transform agricultural practices in parts of sub-Saharan Africa has been elected to lead one of the nation’s premier natural science organizations.
School of Environment and Natural Resources Professor and Ohio Eminent Scholar Richard Dick attended a Gordon Research Conference (GRC) on Multi-scale Vascular Plant Biology (MVPB) held at the end of June 2016 in rural Maine.
Professor Richard Dick, was an invited participant at the first Next Einstein Forum (NEF) Global Gathering, held March 8-10, 2016 in Dakar, Senegal.