The Endangered Timber Rattlesnake
remembering the ancient peoples who once called the Eastern Forest their home. By protecting and restoring ...
SW RiverLands OCVNs Featured in "Nature Close to Home" Article in the June Lebanon Local Newspaper
See Page 3 of this issue of the Lebanon Local to learn about the SW RiverLands OCVN Class of 2104 and their efforts to help the public learn about and enjoy the Great Outdoors. http://enewspaper.makemynewspaper.com/raymondmiller878/the-lebanon-local ...
White-Nosed Syndrome- A Deadly Disease of Bats- OSU Extension Releases New Fact Sheet
White-nose syndrome (WNS) has caused unprecedented mortality in hibernating bats in eastern North America. This previously unknown disease has spread rapidly since its discovery in New York in 2007, and poses a threat to hibernating bats throughout the con ...
Seniors Receive "Roaring" Recognition
T he College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences 63 rd annual Recognition Banquet was an evening of ‘Roaring Recognition.’ Held in the Ohio Union Archie Griffin Ballroom on April 7 th, the event drew more than 600 attendees —students and th ...
The IRA Rollover Benefit: What You Need To Know
Do you know the tax benefits of the IRA rollover? The IRA charitable rollover law allows you to transfer up to $100,000 tax-free directly from an individual retirement account (IRA) to The Ohio State University Foundation without undesirable tax effects. ...
Friend of the College: Lee Smith
A passion for horses and a desire to give back has inspired Lee Smith of Columbus to make a unique gift-- the largest in the history of the Equine Program at The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environment Sciences. Smith has a l ...
ATI horse named best dam (producer) in the land
The Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association has given Our Lady Countess, a horse that was donated to the Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute in Wooster, the 2014 Best Dam (Producer) Award. Our Lady Countess’s 2012 daughter is Bell Flower, a ...