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Organic Farmer Researcher Network: Planning Meeting
Denise Natoli Brooks (Central State University), or Cassy Brown (Ohio State). Recordings of selected ... questions about the meeting series to Cassandra Brown | email@example.com | 419-685-1159 If you have ...
Organic Farmer Researcher Network: Summer Lettuce Trials at Franklinton Farms
Julia Barton (OEFFA), Denise Natoli Brooks (Central State University), or Cassy Brown (Ohio ... direct questions about the meeting series to Cassandra Brown | firstname.lastname@example.org | 419-685-1159 If you ...
Tomato Planting and Care Clinic
not setting fruit? Why are my tomato leaves turning brown? If you want answers to these tomato ...
Agriculture and Natural Resources Spring Programming
Organic Farmer Researcher Network: Tools for Answering the Endless Question, "Am I Winning at Pest Control?"
(Central State University), or Cassy Brown (Ohio State). Questions? Please direct questions about ... the meeting series to Cassandra Brown | email@example.com | 419-685-1159 If you have a disability and have ...
Midwest Mechanical Weed Control Field Day
Wednesday, September 27, 2023 Ohio State University's Wooster Campus 1680 Madison Avenue, Wooster, Ohio Save the date and watch for more details to come (including hours, specific events, etc.) ...
Educational Opportunities with the Master Gardener Volunteers
Conservation Wildlife Specialist Spotted Lanternfly Awareness with Carrie Brown, Extension Educator, ...
The Best Tree for Your Site: Selection, Planting and Care
seedling sale, join Tommy Springer, SWCD’s Wildlife Specialist, and Carrie Brown, OSU Extension ANR ... Brown at 740-277-4630 or firstname.lastname@example.org ...
Vernal Pool Exploration at Coyote Run
go.osu.edu/fcvernalpool or call 740-653-5419 Cost: Free Contacts: Carrie Brown (740-277-4630 or brown ...
Organic Farmer Researcher Network: Blue Owl Hollow vs. Ailanthus altissima: Lessons from the Fray
When Janell Baran and her husband purchased their forest farm property in the late 1990s, it came with some unwelcome guests: large infestations of invasive woody plants such as Ailanthus (aka Tree-of-Heaven), Japanese barberry, Oriental bittersweet, and ...