Hummingbird Feeders- A Helping Hand for the Long Journey Ahead
too late to give our hummingbird friends a "helping hand" to prepare for the long journey ...
New Information Circular (IC 63) Sales Continue to Increase
and hydrogeologic properties that will be useful to educators, industry and research experts, and rock ...
OSU at IFT mixer
sure to stop by our booth at the Expo – we’re booth #1373. ...
Ohio's Wild History- Frontier Fauna 1750 to Present
"...Right up to our doorsill reaches the huge, somber and vaulted forest. There are no openings to break up ... I left him, and in no way frightened by the approach and management of the bear, seemed peculiarly ...
Research to Practice Webinar Series "Keys to Effective Pollinator Partnerships with Schools Webinar"
We will explore a case study on the design of a pollinator habitat garden with grade school age students. Discover what makes native pollinator conservation such an effective way to engage students and teachers in hands-on science exploration. This webi ...
Zika Virus: is it a threat to Ohioans?
mosquito population and resistance management is critical. Another approach to adult mosquito control is to ...
Eastern Skunk-cabbage: An Early Sign of Spring
before the first trout lily or bloodroot pops forth, one of our strangest “wildflowers” has pushed from ...
Learn and practice strategies to reduce stress based on mindfulness techniques. ...
Ohio State Researcher Nets $900,000 NSF Grant to Study Vacant Lot Biodiversity, Management in Cleveland
WOOSTER, Ohio-- Ohio State University entomologist Mary Gardiner has received a coveted grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to implement an unprecedented study of vacant land in the city of Cleveland. The $909,200 Faculty Early Career Devel ...
OARDC's Distinguished Senior Faculty Research Award recipient Dr. Steven Schwartz