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  1. TWEL William Graser Thesis

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    influences the density of raccoons across this urban landscape, but the abundance of anthropogenic resources ...

  2. TWEL Ashley Buchanan Thesis

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    that migrant songbirds have more opportunities to locate resources and efficiently refuel before ...

  3. Previous Presentations

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    management. Tenth Biennial Conference on University Education in Natural Resources, Auburn, AL, March 2014. ... of the External Evaluation Team of the Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management ...

  4. Ross Heart Hospital Garden- In the News

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    The Department of Horticulture and Crop Science has partnered with the Wexner Medical Center's Ross Heart Hospital to create a community garden. HCS staff member, Elaine Grassbaugh works with the workshops that help introduce healthy food options for ...

  5. NEW! Your Pond Update

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    Resource, 379a Kottman Hall, 2021 Coffey Rd., Columbus, OH 43210, 614-292-3823,   braig.1@osu.edu Pond ...

  6. News

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  7. ENRGP Exit Seminar: Factors Influencing Ohio Tree Farmers’ Forest Management and Outreach Needs

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    efforts regarding sustainable resource management and environmentally responsible land practices.   ...

  8. News

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  9. Dr. Loux is in the news!

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    Read the Ohio Country Journal article below.  Palmer amaranth holding steady in Ohio There is increasing concern in more northern states about the tremendous weed problem in the South — most notably the dreaded herbicide resistant Palmer amaranth. The not ...

  10. Peter Thomison is in the news!

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    Ohio State expert: Rootless corn can recover By Tracy Turner | Posted on 6/23/2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio- Rootless or "floppy" corn might look questionable, but under the right conditions, it can recover. Corn crops that are leaning or lodged might be ...

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