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It’s more fun in a flock

May 9, 2022
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Jun 7, 2022 at 9 am

OAAE conference session

POET Marion and Delaware Area Career Center
Tour the POET ethanol plant in Marion and participate in an ethanol activity at Delaware Area Career Center. This session is offered as part of the OAAE conference.
Jun 23, 2022 at 9 am EDT

Feed the World 2-day workshop 2022

Global Impact STEM Academy (Springfield, OH)
How is science contributing to the future of global food and energy security? Learn how advancing technologies help us produce more food.

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Soil and sustainability

7 lessons

How is farming a system? What are the inputs (fertilizer, pesticide, seed) and outputs (crop yield, emissions, runoff)? What impact does soil as a storage have on the consequences of these inputs and outputs?

Water quality

5 lessons

How does the production of corn affect water quality? How is water quality tested?

Did you know?

Ohio corn is used for more than food

Ohio corn is used for feed, fuel and other renewable products.

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.

Edge-of-field testing is vital for environmental stewardship

More than $1 million is being invested by Ohio’s agricultural organizations to conduct on-farm, edge-of-field testing in order to determine exactly how nutrients are making it into Ohio’s waterways.

Ohio is the seventh leading producer of corn in the United States

There are more than 30,000 grain farmers throughout the state with over 14.3 million acres devoted to farmland (half of Ohio’s acreage).