Before his tragic death in an automobile accident, Dr. Ben Stinner was an internationally recognized pioneer in regenerative agriculture research, and well known regionally as a great connector of people. His legacy continues today with the Annual Stinner Summit and Endowment program.
Each year the Stinner Summit gathers researchers, farmers, educators, policy leaders, and organizations from across the state. Through a participatory process, specific project ideas are crafted and funded through the Stinner Endowment Fund. This year we hope to develop a collective project focused on our 2022 theme: Designing More Climate Resilient Agroecosystems in Ohio.
We invite you to help us design this project by attending the 16th annual Stinner Summit on Friday, November 18, 2022 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Glen Helen Nature Preserve's Vernet Ecological Center in Yellow Springs, Ohio. The Summit provides an excellent opportunity for networking, sharing, and designing impactful projects. For the best experience, we strongly recommend attending in person in 2022, but we will offer a virtual attendance option for most of the meeting via Zoom.
* Video Overview - Visit https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyO14F-ILXj9wmtoqRswCoyh3QaFTR2xP for related videos.
* AMP Website - Learn about past events and related projects by visiting the Agroecosystems Management Program (AMP) website: https://amp.osu.edu/collaboration/annual-stinner-summit
* Contact us - For registration and event facility questions, contact Cheryl Fischnich by email or at 330-202-3537.