Agriculture and Water Quality Issues - OSU Research and Agency Initiatives Guide Farmers Solutions
Nutrient runoff and discharges continue to result in degraded water quality and threats to drinking water sources and aquatic habitat. Agriculture is practiced on a large part of Ohio's landscape. Even though most ag producers are conscientious with nutrient management, problems persist, especially in Lake Erie and other lakes and reservoirs where nutrients from all sources often concentrate. OSU researchers and agency staff, with partners, are very focused on improving tools and guidance ag producers can use
Cathann A. Kress, PhD, Vice President for Agricultural Administration and Dean, College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences
Kirk Hines, PE, Chief, Division of Soil and Water Conservation, ODA
Attend this EPN program and discuss the issues, and solutions, with top experts in these vital matters.
7:15 Networking with beverages and pre-breakfast capstone class program
7:40 Warm buffet breakfast
9:15 Q&A /Discussion
Breakfast Burrito Bar
Scrambled eggs/Tofu scramble
Peppers and onions
Roasted Redskin Potatoes
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Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center
2201 Fred Taylor Drive
Columbus, Ohio 43210
Parking is free but you must have a pass which you can download here and place on your dashboard, whether parking across the street or behind the 4-H Center.
OSU students may register for free by selecting the "student scholarship" option on the registration page
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