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Online learning with Feed the World at Bexley High School

Nov 25, 2020
“Learning about all the resources available on the Feed the World website has helped out greatly with teaching students remotely,” said Jennifer Messerly, a biology and AP environmental science at Bexley High School. Messerly attended the virtual Feed the World workshop this summer and has incorporated several of the activities in her teaching this fall. Her regular biology classes completed the fermentation in a bag lab the first week of school as an introduction to the scientific method. Messerly plans to have students repeat the experiment again when studying cellular …

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Assessing water quality in virtual collaboration

Nov 25, 2020
Teaching remotely makes things challenging, especially science activities, but Jennifer Messerly of Bexley High School came up with creative ways …

Feeding the World lesson fits well with virtual learning

Nov 23, 2020
Interested in a population growth lesson that’s easy to implement for online learning? See teacher Erika Meeks explain in this …

Corn: It’s Amaizeing!

Nov 23, 2020
Mary Beth Rieth of Mount Notre Dame High School shares about what she gained from participating in the summer Feed …

Tech helps farmers with water quality efforts

Nov 20, 2020
Water quality is getting a lot of attention in Ohio, due to algal blooms in Lake Erie. The governor has …

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Food and agriculture is Ohio’s top industry

1 in 7 Ohioans has an agriculture-related job and agriculture contributes $105 billion to Ohio’s economy annually.

Ethanol is energy positive

Ethanol produces three times more energy than it takes to produce it while consuming less water than other fuels.

Farmers are taking action to keep nutrients in the fields

Farmers are creating customized nutrient management plans utilizing the best farming practices to keep nutrients out of waterways and in their fields.

Ethanol helps to produce cleaner air

Ethanol use is estimated to have reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 110 metric tons—equal to removing 20 million vehicles off the road—in 2016.