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NACAA Published online twice a year and accepts articles on research, case studies, outstanding programs ... the world. Feature, Research in Brief, and Ideas at Work submissions undergo double-blind review, and ... engagement between higher education institutions and communities. Submission Guidelines Education Research ...
Ohio AgrAbility Program
contact Program Coordinator Andy Bauer, (614) 247-7618 or Summit County Farm Bureau, 330-456-4889. ...
Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Annual Conference
Onling registration is closed but walk-ins are welcome February 16th and 17th. For more information, follow the link provided. ...
Ohio Occupational Therapy Association Conference
Sciences: Health and Safety Coordinator. Farming ranks as one of Ohio’s most dangerous occupations, and ... are facing those obstacles on the farm. The program works with a wide array of disabling conditions ...
University Extension Context
Western Center for Metropolitan Extension and Research Extension Committee on Organization and Policy ...
Common Uses on the Farm
AgrAbility can visit your farm to help determine assistive technology solutions through on-site assessments ...
Environmental Science Student Symposium Is Wednesday at Ohio State
Weaver email@example.com environmental research ...
OSUE Annual Conference
and broaden their knowledge of the scholarship of Extension work and university research. Build ... relationships between Extension professionals and university faculty to foster expanded applied research ... cutting-edge research. Recognition of outstanding work of Extension colleagues and the contribution of ...
Ohio No-Till Day
am- 3:30 pm Location: Bret McGraf Farm (Seneca County), 7838 State Route 587, McCutchenville OH 44844 ...
Special Project Puts Ohio 4-H in Cleveland, Cincinnati Classrooms
COLUMBUS, Ohio-- When Rob Isner was growing up, he spent summers at his grandparents’ farm in West ... Virginia. “My level of knowledge about farming and agriculture first came from things like bringing in hay ... and just playing on the farm,” Isner said. “I think a lot of things that we internalize as adults come ...