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  1. Ohio State Peace Corps Recruiter Awarded Prestigious Lillian Carter Award

    https://ipa.osu.edu/news/ohio-state-peace-corps-recruiter-awarded-prestigious-lillian-carter-award

    hesitation. There are no words to describe how much the Peace Corps, along with Ohio State, has benefited from ...

  2. Developing the Ohio hops and malting barley industry

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    keep some of that economic activity within the state, the Ohio State University has developed a hop and ...

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  8. International Researchers & Ohio State Faculty Collaborate to Improve Food Security, Carry on the Legacy of Norman Borlaug

    https://ipa.osu.edu/news/international-researchers-ohio-state-faculty-collaborate-improve-food-security-carry-legacy

    Wooster, OH. In Dr. Dick’s lab, Kwame examined how the use of biochar can improve soil quality, in addition ... University through a competitive process by program managers at USDA-FAS. For more information about how to ...

  9. CFAES Organizes Climate Change Conference in Tanzania, Promotes Food Security Through iAGRI

    https://ipa.osu.edu/news/cfaes-organizes-climate-change-conference-tanzania-promotes-food-security-through-iagri

    agro-forestry, nutrient and water management, and human dimensions of terrestrial carbon management. Dr. Rattan ...

  10. At Least 4 Good Reasons to Boost Soil Organic Matter, and a Chance to Learn How to Do It

    https://southcenters.osu.edu/news/least-4-good-reasons-boost-soil-organic-matter-and-chance-learn-how-do-it

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — The key to successful, sustainable farming is found in the ground — or should be, says soil scientist Rafiq Islam of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University. “Soil organic matter is the c ...

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