In this episode, we check out how Ohio State University is throwing big money into sustainable agriculture and explore how some women are looking to each for support as they become leaders on U.S. farms.
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Stories in this episode
- Nature’s Patterns Hold Clues to How Fast the Climate is Changing- Phenology has been called the "oldest science." But watching the patterns of nature—and how they change over time—can give us fresh insight into how quickly the climate is changing.
- Women Look to Each Other As They Become Leaders on Small Farms- More and more women are taking the lead on U.S. farms. And some women farmers are looking to each other for social, emotional and entrepreneurial support.
- Ohio State is Putting Big Money into Sustainable Agriculture- Ohio State University is getting serious about transforming the state’s agricultural system. How serious? Try $100 million serious. So where does that leave Pennsylvania?
- Penn State’s Ag Extension Gets a Lifeline with Budget Resolution- Pennsylvania's nine-month budget stalemate is finally over. And people at Penn State's century-old agricultural extension are breathing a huge sigh of relief.
- Pittsburghers Can’t Get Enough of City’s Nesting Bald Eagles- If you haven't been following Pittsburgh's bald eagle cam, it's time you got on the bandwagon.
- Protesters’ ‘Tree-Sit’ Over Gas Pipeline Stretches into Third Day- Protesters who took to the trees Tuesday are holding steady in their opposition to the construction of a natural gas pipeline through their family's property.