The Ohio State Agroecosystem Management Program will hold its annual Stinner Summit in Yellow Springs on Nov. 18. The Stinner Summit provides a venue for folks from across Ohio to design and plan to implement a collaborative project to advance agroecosystem management in the state. We are focusing on the theme of climate resilience this year. Learn more at amp.osu.edu/collaboration/annual-stinner-summit.
The program would like to have OSU Extension ANR colleagues participate (registration is free!); and organizers are particularly excited to get farmers and other farm and food system actors who are interested in developing more climate resilient agroecosystems to attend in person. If you have questions, contact Douglas Jackson-Smith, interim director, Agroecosystem Management Program, CFAES.