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  1. Your Woodland Water & Wildlife

    https://senr.osu.edu/about-us/events/your-woodland-water-wildlife

    We all own our woodlands for a variety of reasons.  Spend the day with OSU Extension educators to learn more about what you have and what you can have.  We will explore what you need to know about keeping your woodland healthy, what you can do to improve ...

  2. Capturing Nature's Wonders

    https://senr.osu.edu/about-us/events/capturing-natures-wonders

    Spend a fun and exciting day learning how to take your outdoor photography to the next level.  You'll receive "real time" instruction in the field, as well as intensive classroom preparation.  In the classroom sessions, you will learn the s ...

  3. SENR Research in the News: New Life for Dredged Material

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/senr-research-news-new-life-dredged-material

    Dredging shipping channels is an unavoidable part of harbor maintenance in the western Lake Erie basin. In Toledo, the Army Corps of Engineers removes about one million cubic yards of sediment from the Maumee River each year, washed downstream by heavy ra ...

  4. SENR's Terrestrial Wildlife Ecology Lab To Participate in Annual Fish and Wildlife Conference

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/senrs-terrestrial-wildlife-ecology-lab-participate-annual-fish-and-wildlife-conference

    Over four days faculty and graduate students in SENR's Terrestrial Wildlife Ecology Lab will gather with other Midwest natural resource scientists and professionals to share the latest research, management experiences and discuss pressing fish and wi ...

  5. SENR's Stanley Gehrt in the News

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/senrs-stanley-gehrt-news

    Stanley Gehrt, associate professor and wildlife extension specialist in SENR, is an acclaimed coyote specialist and noted authority on urban coyotes. His research, focusing on coyote populations in Chicago, has been featured in several recent news article ...

  6. Student awardees exemplify collaborative nature of international agricultural research

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/student-awardees-exemplify-collaborative-nature-international-agricultural-research

    Capacity building doesn’t occur spontaneously. Nor is it achieved through individuals and organizations acting independently. Two Ohio State graduate students in CFAES exemplified these notions with their recent selection as U.S. Borlaug Fellows in Global ...

  7. Brian Lower Receives 'Coursework Affordability' Grant

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/brian-lower-receives-coursework-affordability-grant

    Brian Lower, assistant professor in SENR, recently received the Academic Coursework Affordability Grant from the Undergraduate Student Government at OSU to help make college more affordable. Lower teaches Introduction to Environmental Science (ENR 2100) a ...

  8. Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Laboratories Renovated, Ready

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/fisheries-and-aquatic-sciences-laboratories-renovated-ready

    Two laboratories on the fourth floor of Kottman Hall were recently renovated and are "ready to go,” says Lauren Pintor, assistant professor of Aquatic Ecology in the School of Environment and Natural Resources. The labs, formerly used and designed fo ...

  9. Kottman Lobby’s Aquarium Back in Action Thanks to TerrAqua

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/kottman-lobby%E2%80%99s-aquarium-back-action-thanks-terraqua

    If you ever find yourself in the central lobby of Kottman Hall (as most of us frequently do), pause to check out the aquarium brightening up the lobby through these dreary winter and early spring months. The aquarium’s liveliness is in large part thanks t ...

  10. Workshop Discusses Whether Agriculture Can Significantly Reduce Off-Site Movement of Soluble Nutrients

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/workshop-discusses-whether-agriculture-can-significantly-reduce-site-movement-soluble-nutrients

    ADA, Ohio – Growers who plant cover crops and vegetative systems in agriculture will find that it can tie up phosphorus in a stable phosphorus form that remains in the soil which can increase phosphorus use efficiency, according to a soil researcher from ...

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