CFAES Impact

The goal of CFAES Impact: to share research, outreach and teaching efforts from the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences that are making a difference in the world. The insert is published eight times each year. Five issues are delivered within Ohio Farm Bureau's "Buckeye Farm News," and three within the organization's "Our Ohio" magazine.

  1. CFAES Impact March/April 2019

    Thu, 02/14/2019

    In this issue: Learn about Waterman Agricultural and Natural Resources Laboratory, which is now a 261-acre plot of land at West Lane Avenue near Kenny Road on the Columbus campus * CFAES works to promote pawpaw orchards, Ohio’s little-known, native fruit * Extension’s Master Gardener Volunteers grew and donated about 56,100 pounds of fresh produce to Ohio communities in 2018 * Improving Ohio’s water * Live Smart Ohio website offers helpful tips about daily living * Grow lettuce in containers * Test your soil before spring planting
  2. CFAES Impact for Farmers February 2019

    Fri, 02/01/2019

    In this issue: Learn about a new app that helps farmers know when to apply fertilizer to keep it from washing off their fields into waterways * CFAES works to extend local food production year-round * Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference is March 5-6 * Water Quality Initiative to improve Ohio waters * CORN Newsletter offers practical tips for farmers.
  3. CFAES Impact for Ohioans November/December 2018

    In this issue: Make your yard jolly with holly · Serving up a safe holiday meal · Heritage turkeys increasingly popular · Christmas trees, inside and out · Annual poinsettia sale benefits CFAES students · Holiday budgeting · Rate a poinsettia
  4. CFAES Impact for Farmers October 2018

    In this issue: 5 ways cover crops can benefit your soil • Managing manure during the winter • Go to tax school • Get set to soil test • Healthier beverages • Conference to discuss outlook for agriculture • Solar energy resources • Links to food safety
  5. CFAES Impact for Farmers September 2018

    In this issue: Farm Science Review: More machinery, more education, more displays • Ag economists to weigh in on federal farm policy • How solar power, biobased markets can benefit your farm • FSR health screenings and safety exhibits • Garden talks • Firebaugh building offers updates on ag law, taxes, more • The Gwynne is a green oasis at FSR • Small Farms Center offers information on how to fund sustainable agriculture

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