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  1. Exploring a Native American Three Sisters Garden

    https://mahoning.osu.edu/events/exploring-native-american-three-sisters-garden

    Click the title for more information If you are able to attend please register, as a recording will be sent to all the registered emails after the program. Learn how to grow a living history garden! The Native Americans used a sophisticated, sustainable s ...

  2. Can You Dig It! Virtual Gardening Series class 6: How to Grow Spinach and Kale Over-Winter

    https://franklin.osu.edu/events/can-you-dig-it-virtual-gardening-series-class-6-how-grow-spinach-and-kale-over-winter

    What could be better than harvesting your own fresh green vegetables in the middle of winter? It is possible and we are going to show you how a little fall planting with some season extension will have you enjoying a late winter and early spring harvest. ...

  3. How to Over Winter Vegetables Virtual Class

    https://franklin.osu.edu/events/how-over-winter-vegetables-virtual-class

    Join ANR Educator, Tim McDermott, and Franklinton Farms, for an information filled free virtual class on How to Over Winter Using Season Extension and Low Tunnels.  Registration is required. Please click here to register.  ...

  4. Take A Break! Live Healthy, Live Well

    https://franklin.osu.edu/news/take-break-live-healthy-live-well

    Join Jenny Lobb, Family and Consumer Sciences Educator, for the Take A Break! Live Healthy, Live Well fall email wellness challenge. The challenge will begin the week of October 19, 2020 and run through November 25, 2020. Participants will receive two ema ...

  5. Take A Break! Live Healthy, Live Well Fall Email Wellness Challenge

    https://franklin.osu.edu/events/take-break-live-healthy-live-well-fall-email-wellness-challenge

    You will receive two email messages a week from October 19 – November 25, 2020 with tips and encouragement to break for: Play Rest Creativity Nourishment Hydration Physical activity Family and friends The holidays And more! Sign up today at  go.osu.edu/fa ...

  6. The First Season of the Pollinator Garden at Salem's Waterworth Park

    https://mahoning.osu.edu/events/first-season-pollinator-garden-salems-waterworth-park

    Click the title for more information. If you are able to attend please register, as a recording will be sent to all the registered emails after the program. Join us for a program where we take a look at how the garden came to be, the steps taken to plan/i ...

  7. Tomatoes: What Went Right and What Can we do Better Next Year

    https://mahoning.osu.edu/events/tomatoes-what-went-right-and-what-can-we-do-better-next-year

    Click the title for more information.  If you are able to attend please register, as a recording will be sent to all the registered emails after the program. Join us in an overview of this year's tomato crop. We will discuss the good practices of rai ...

  8. Webinar on Household Food Waste Measurement: Alternatives to Diaries and Digs

    https://aede.osu.edu/events/webinar-household-food-waste-measurement-alternatives-diaries-and-digs

    Few people like to take the garbage out, let alone measure it.  This ‘yuk’ factor creates a significant barrier to measuring food waste in household settings. Direct measurement (diaries and weighing food-waste caddies) often relies upon intimate contact ...

  9. Greenhouse Gardening

    https://mahoning.osu.edu/events/greenhouse-gardening

    Click   on the title for more information.  If you are able to attend please register, as a recording will be sent to all the registered emails after the program. Greenhouse gardening is a presentation about items to consider when building a greenhouse, s ...

  10. Naturalist Series: Human and Wildlife: Landscape Change, Wildlife Adaptation, and Human Influence

    https://mahoning.osu.edu/events/naturalist-series-human-and-wildlife-landscape-change-wildlife-adaptation-and-human-influence

    Click   the title for more information.  People have changed Ohio’s landscape since the time of the earliest land surveys in the late 1700s. Wildlife was affected by these changes and some species have responded and adapted to urban (developed) areas.  Le ...

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