Agriculture

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The soil, water and air are the foundational blocks of agriculture.  Our energy, food, and fiber are produced by interactions among plants, animals, insects and humans.  The art, practice, science and engineering contained in agriculture gives us our modern world.  How we communicate, educate, interact, finance and regulate our actions is also part of agriculture.  The environment and our effects on it determines the sustainability of our art, practice, science and engineering we call agriculture.

 

Online Programs, Certificates and Professional Development

Professional Development

Energy and Earth: Fossil Fuels, Alternative, and Renewable Energy

Fruit Diseases of the Midwest

Livestock Environmental Assurance Program

NECC Soils

Ohio Beef Quality Assurance

Pesticide Education

Sick Plants and a Hungry World

Online Courses

Undergrad

Introduction to Agronomy  HCS 3100

Introduction to Forestry, Fisheries, and Wildlife  ENR 3300

 

 

Impact

 

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   Environmental Quality grain harvest and equipment    Battling Pests