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  1. Sentinel Plant Research

    https://chadwickarboretum.osu.edu/research-and-education/sentinel-plant-research

    Above are the newly installed Sentinel plant plots at the Chadwick Arboretum North site. We are a site among others around the world including New Hampshire, Italy, Sweden, and 2 plots in China. "The basic idea for a series of Sentinel projects is to ...

  2. Beef Facility: Virtual Tour

    https://ati.osu.edu/videos/beef-facility-virtual-tour

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  3. Student Activities Center Virtual Tour

    https://ati.osu.edu/videos/student-activities-center-virtual-tour

    Student Activities ...

  4. CFAES Principles of Community

    https://ati.osu.edu/aboutus/cfaes-principles-community

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  5. Agricultural & Engineering Technologies Overview

    https://ati.osu.edu/videos/agricultural-engineering-technologies-overview

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  6. My Life as a Buckeye: Taylor Lutz

    https://ati.osu.edu/videos/my-life-buckeye-taylor-lutz

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  7. Start Your Buckeye Life in Wooster

    https://ati.osu.edu/videos/start-your-buckeye-life-in-wooster

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  8. How to Pay Your Acceptance Fee

    https://ati.osu.edu/videos/how-pay-your-acceptance-fee

    How to Pay Your Ohio State ATI Acceptance Fee Resources for Prospective Students @ Ohio State ATI ...

  9. FABE Student Supplies Frontline Workers with Personal Protective Equipment

    https://fabe.osu.edu/news/fabe-student-supplies-frontline-workers-personal-protective-equipment

    As the number of COVID-19 cases began to increase in March, the United States faced a shortage in numerous kinds of personal protective equipment (PPE), including face shields, gloves and hand sanitizer. Like many, Christopher Tkach saw the need for suppl ...

  10. Agricultural exports doing relatively well

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/agricultural-exports-doing-relatively-well

    Alayna DeMartini COLUMBUS, Ohio—Though the COVID-19 pandemic has cut demand for many U.S. products, agricultural exports are holding up well, according to a new analysis by an agricultural economist with The Ohio State University.  The reason?  “We all ha ...

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