May. 12, 2017
OSU Extension has partnered with TAP Series to offer an online course which meets all ODH requirements and replaces the 15 hour (2 day) classroom study requirement. Total cost only $120. Enrollment into the online training is $73 a person and the ODH approved examination at a test center is $47 per person. Check HERE to purchase training and examination.
Sep. 22, 2014
Celebrating the significant accomplishments and deep impact that OSU Extension has had on communities and in the lives of Ohioans provides a great springboard for the future. A significant component of Ohio’s celebration in 2014 will be a year-long process focused on our future. The primary work this year will center on futuring – asking questions about and envisioning the long-term future of OSU Extension as well as the role the organization should play in shaping and positively impacting Ohio and Ohio residents.
Sep. 14, 2014
The Molly Caren Agricultural Center near London, Ohio is home to the Farm Science Review (FSR), which attracts more than 140,000 visitors from all over the United States and Canada, who come for three days to peruse 4,000 product lines from 600 commercial exhibitors and learn the latest in agricultural production. The educational programs feature Ohio State and Purdue specialists and are second to none in the agricultural exhibition world.
Aug. 28, 2014
Save the date for the 2014 OSU Extension Annual Conference.
This three-day conference provides an opportunity for all Extension professionals to:
Share and broaden their knowledge of the scholarship of Extension work and university research.
Build relationships between Extension professionals and university colleagues to foster expanded applied research opportunities.
Foster dialogue and innovative thinking among OSU Extension and academic unit-based colleagues.
This year’s conference will feature:
Mar. 06, 2014
The 100-year anniversary of the Smith-Lever Act, which officially created the national Cooperative Extension System, will be celebrated in 2014. Activities this year will highlight our past and focus on the current application of Cooperative Extension’s mission and vision as we move into our next century.