1. Bobby Moser and Thomas Parker

    Remembering Thomas L. Parker

    Generous supporter helped build the Parker Food Science and Technology Building Read More
  2. Calling all outstanding alumni!

    It’s time to nominate that special CFAES graduate: Nomination Form
  3. 4-H Camper in Canoes

    Building lasting memories at 4-H camp

    About 17,000 Ohio young people attend 4-H camps each year, focusing on everything from space to sea. Learn More
  4. Historic and Modern Farm Technology

    Celebrating 100 Years!

    Ohio State University Extension celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2014 and is planning for its next 100! Learn More
  5. Food Safety and Security

    A safe and secure food supply is paramount to the state’s and country’s success. Our faculty and staff are working hard to achieve just that! Local Foods
  1. Students & Alumni

    CFAES students get personal attention, out-of-classroom opportunities, and real-world experiences to help them find their fit and prepare them for world-changing careers via our diverse departments.

  2. Research

    With a focus on the agbiosciences, OARDC scientists make discoveries, collaborate with industry, and provide economic growth to solve world problems.

  3. Extension

    OSU Extension provides practical advice, scientifically based information, and realistic down-to-earth solutions to better lives, businesses and communities throughout Ohio.


  1. Stay connected with the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences — and experience how firm your friendships are with Ohio State.

  2. Give to CFAES

    Our donors and alumni play a crucial role in keeping education accessible for students through scholarships, and in supporting key research and Extension programming.

  3. Elected Officials

    With support of county, state and federal elected officials, CFAES is able to prepare students for the workforce, conduct critical research, and extend knowledge from the university throughout Ohio and the world.

  1. Image of feral swine in field

    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Another Ohio invasive species isn’t a tiny matter. In fact it can weigh up to 200 pounds. Feral swine -- also called feral pigs and feral hogs -- have planted their hooves in the state, mainly...

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Day 2 of #OSUontheroad on tap -bus still bubbling w/ energy, even after long day of activities Tues; off to #Goodyear & @OhioState #Wooster
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