Ohio State University Extension has specialists and educators with expertise in areas of the environment and natural resources. Look at your county's Extension office web site or at one of the following links for resources:
This site gives information about OSU Extension newsletters, training opportunities, publications, and services in the area of the environment and natural resources.
The School of Environment and Natural Resources, housed within the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University, offers a Bachelor of Science degree in three majors and has administrative responsibility for two graduate programs that offer Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Natural Resources and Soil Science. In addition, many faculty members also participate in the interdisciplinary Environmental Science Graduate Program.
Ohio Sea Grant is a statewide program that supports greater knowledge and stewardship of Lake Erie and the Great Lakes through research, education and outreach. It is part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Sea Grant College Program, which includes 32 state programs located in every coastal and Great Lakes state and Puerto Rico.
Ohio Watershed Network provides information to community members and natural resources professionals who want to protect the resources in their watershed.
This web site focuses on community-based watershed management. A community-based approach enables individuals, groups, and institutions with a stake in outcomes to participate in identifying and addressing issues that affect or are affected by watershed functions.
Created: 2008-04-07, Updated: 2008-04-07