Ever wonder what kinds of hawks and owls we have in Ohio? Want to enjoy wildlife in your own backyard? Have a well, but don’t know how to maintain it? Want to better understand the diagnostic details of invasive species? You are in luck – visit the Gwynne Conservation Area during the 2013 Farm Science Review held September 17 – 19 to learn about these topics and more! Held annually the Farm Science Review, a three-day farm trade show draws more than 130,000 farmers, growers, producers and agricultural enthusiasts from across the U.S. and Canada.
This summer SENR faculty, staff and graduate students are participating in a number of professional society meetings and workshops. Attendance at these meetings and workshops is an opportunity to highlight and share their research with national and international colleagues. The meetings also provide invaluable networking opportunities, as well as the opportunity to learn more about other research conducted in their fields.