Research faculty member Shoshanah Inwood is conducting on the role of health insurance, farm viability and the agricultural economy is included in a recent
This news article originally appeared on the website of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences and was written by Kurt Knebusch.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — How certain natural microbes can help crops grow better and faster.
How to make contaminated soils, sometimes present in cities, healthy for urban farming.
Shoshanah Inwood, assistant professor in the School of Environment and Natural Resources is part of a multi-state team selected to receive funding through the Northeast Regional Center for Rural Development's “Impacts of Successful Extension and Outreach Programs” awards program.
Webinar: Connecting Health Insurance and Agricultural Viability - Helping farmers and ranchers address health-related risks
October 10, 2017