Alums have the opportunity to help FLOW with the clean-up of Carmack Woods, an overgrown area of west campus near the public parking lots.
Dining with Diabetes is a cooking and nutrition education program for people with diabetes or at-risk for diabetes and their family members. In a series of 4 classes, participants learn skills to manage diabetes, make and sample delicious food, and receive diabetes-friendly recipes.
Join in on all of the fall festivities at Waterman to support the Bucks for Charity organization of your choice!
Put on your walking shoes and join us for a guided adventure to the outer reaches of Secrest Arboretum. Paul will introduce you to the far corners and hidden treasures most visitors overlook. Golf carts will take us to the back forty, so space is limited. Register now; this is a tour you won't want to miss!
Join fellow entomology enthusiasts for a daylong exploration of the world of insects. The One Day Insect University will be held at the 4-H Center. Participants will learn about pollinators, insects in the garden and landscape, and the role citizen/community science plays in what we know about insects.
Join this EPN Breakfast Program to learn from Kendra Wecker (the Chief of Ohio’s Division of Wildlife) and Naomi Edelson (Senior Director for Wildlife Partnerships for the National Wildlife Federation; national expert on state-based conservation funding strategies), as we discuss a variety of strategies aimed at enhancing the future of wildlife conservation in Ohio.