Saving the copperbelly water snake
School of Environment and Natural Resources graduate student Ryan Wagner is the author of a new photo essay in a Guardian series- The age of extinction focused on biodiversity. Learn about the copperbelly water snake and how biologists and others are work ...
Director's Note, February 27
Dear Alumni and Friends, Add paragraph: Copy: In my last note, I shared the appointment of Dr. Doug Jackson-Smith to the Kellogg Endowed Chair in Agricultural Ecosystems Management at Ohio State – a wonderful honor and exciting leadership role for Doug ...
Eat Well/Live Well- Let Them Eat Cake
Fun Facts and Flavors Related to This Worldwide Favorite” – celebrating the Community Read and sharing how cake has become a popular finale or side dish for peoples of many cultures and how you can serve up healtified versions from your own kitchen. ...
Ohio Beef School Webinars
Beef Team Round Table – Ask Questions and Discuss Answers with OSU Extension Beef Team Members Program free. Register by calling the Hancock County Extension Office, 419-422-3851 or email email@example.com. ...
Ag Council with Hancock County Farm Bureau Policy Committee
Ohio Beef School Webinar Series
Herd Health Management. Asian Longhorn Tick and Theileria: Dr. Risa Pesepane, OSU Vet Preventative Medicine and Managing Disease in 2023: Dr. Justin Kieffer, OSU Animal Sciences. Program free. Register by calling the Hancock County Extension Office, 419 ...
Hot topics in Soybean Production
Local research will be presented on fungicides for plant health and waterhemp management. State research updates will discuss weed and disease management, planting date, and seeding rates. Free but please register by calling the Hancock County Extensi ...
Hot topics in Corn Production
Local research will be presented on nitrogen rates, timing of nitrogen application, starters, and benefits from nitrification inhibitors, growth regulators, sulfur, nitrogen-fixing products, and other nitrogen biologicals. State research updates will incl ...
Fertilizer and Pesticide Recertification Training. All categories. Fees: $10 fertilizer training and $35 for pesticide training. Can be paid at the door by cash or check. Preregistration required by calling the Hancock County Extension Office 419-422-3851 ...
Help Requested: Hayes Forum Judges Needed or Session Cancellation Imminent
The 37th Hayes Forum will be held on Friday, February 24th, 2023 from 7:30 am- 1 pm. ...