On-Farm Solar Lunch-n-Learn
Join Eric Romich, Assistant Professor and OSU Extension Field Specialist for Energy Development, to learn about on-farm solar energy development. The program is being held on Thursday, September 4, from noon until 1:30 p.m. at the Richardson Farm, 6984 La ...
CD Wire- July 28, 2014
Mission Statement: Ohio State University Extension Community Development helps communities enhance their well-being. AD Update: Sharing Your Good Work (and Learning from Others) I know December seems like a long way off and the official call for Extension ...
Grad Orientation in Columbus
PLNTPTH/MPHM Grad Orientation in Wooster
Fee Payment Deadline
CD Wire- September 4, 2012
AD Update: Conference Presentation Opportunity in Ohio – December 5 Looking for an opportunity to share a specific skill, promote a particular program, or discuss a topic of interest to Extension colleagues in Ohio? The OSU Extension 2012 Annual Conferenc ...
CD Wire- September 10, 2012
AD Update: Investing in 'Team' In a couple of weeks, we’ll have a chance to spend some time together at the annual CD Unit Retreat. I get excited when I think about the work we do, the way we work together, and the seemingly endless opportunitie ...
CD Wire- September 17, 2012
AD Update: Needs Assessment Survey on Climate Change Adaptation- Complete by September 26 Our colleagues in the Great Lakes Regional Water Program are conducting a needs assessment of Extension educators about their ability to provide information on clima ...
CD Wire- September 24, 2012
AD Update: Looking forward to the unit retreat... see you Wednesday! Climate Change Adaptation Needs Assessment Survey- Complete by September 26 You should have received an email last week from Rebecca Power asking you to fill out a survey for our colleag ...
CD Wire- October 15, 2012
AD Update: Recognizing Key Partners Effective Extension work involves partnerships. When we partner with other Extension colleagues, other agencies and organizations, and community leaders the gains are typically much greater than if we were to work alone ...