See the latest technology on farms such as auto-steer tractors and crop sensors. Learn how farmers are using data to make sustainable decisions. Hear about current research projects in agriculture at The Ohio State University. Each teacher will receive ready-to-use modules and access to a set of crop sensors for classroom use. One night shared hotel room is covered by PD-STEP program (National Institute for Food and Agriculture). 8 am – 4 pm each day, lunch is included.
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This workshop is facilitated by Dr. Alexander Lindsey, Assistant Professor OSU, Agronomy and Crop Ecophysiology and Jane Hunt, Education Projects.
Ashland Credit is available, 16 contact hours or 1.6 CEUs provided.
Questions? Contact Jane Hunt, firstname.lastname@example.org