Ohio State University Extension http://agnr.osu.edu

Agriculture and Natural Resources

Ohio State University Extension
Welcome to OSU Extension's Ag & Natural Resources Website
We invite you to learn more about what we are doing for Ohioans.
Visit our Buckeye Yard and Garden onLine
Buckeye Yard and Garden onLine provides timely information about Ohio growing conditions, pest, disease, and cultural problems. Sign up to receive BYGL Alerts and state up-to-date on your yard and garden conditions.
Photo of Magnolia Trees with white blooms
Are you AgritourismReady?
Ohio State University Extension and Wright & Moore Law Co. LPA will offer a daylong conference for agritourism operators on April 5 in Waldo (just north of Columbus). Get details!
Farm Management Tools Available
Utilize our farm management tools to help improve your farm management and profitability.
Interested in Aquaculture or Aquaponics?
Join us for a First Friday tour of OSU South Center's aquaculture facility to learn more about this growing segment of agriculture.
Photo of O S U South Center's facility.

Agriculture and Natural Resources


  1. Photo of a Baltimore Oriole sitting in a forsythia bush with yellow blooms. Photo by I Stock

    Saturday: Learn 15 Ways to Improve Your Woods and Wildlife

    Mar 20, 2017

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — If trees, deer, birds, butterflies, mushrooms and more are your things, check out this year’s Ohio River Valley Woodland and Wildlife Workshop. It’s on March 25 in Burlington, Kentucky, just south of Cincinnati.

    The public event, which brings in experts from Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, offers 15 how-to sessions on forests and the life that lives there.

  2. Photo of a corn maze. Photo by Thinkstock

    Agritourism Conference Focuses on Adherence to Ohio Law

    Mar 20, 2017

    WALDO, Ohio – Whether it’s a corn maze, a zip line, a hayride or a pick-your-own operation, Ohio farm operators who offer agritourism attractions must be properly insured and have warning signs posted at each activity notifying visitors that the operator is not liable for any injuries related to those inherent risks.

  3. Photo of new plum tree blooms covered in a layer of ice. Photo by Think Stock

    Media Advisory: Ohio State Experts Available to Speak about Weather Pattern Impacts

    Mar 17, 2017

    COLUMBUS, Ohio – The weather in Ohio has been especially unpredictable this year. Record-setting highs were often followed by bone-chilling lows. Not only did it make daily clothes selection a challenge, but the unusual weather patterns may also impact everything from grapes, tree fruits and berries to landscape plants, flowers and pests.