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ENVS6900 Seminar announcements Tuesday. Nov.28th

Lindsey Jackson At 1:00 pm  "Assessment of Duckweed for Remediation of Greenhouse Nutrient Feedwater and Production of Biomass" Tolulope Mafa-Attoye At 1:30 pm "Characterization of soil microbial communities responsible for nitrogen cycling in riparian agroforestry systems"

SES Seminar Guest Harold Rudy (OSCIA)

"Soil Health" Where does it start and what's in store for the future? Soil health is not just a product of the chemical, physical and biological makeup of agricultural fields but is also an outcome of the economic, political and social pressures of our farms. This seminar is a reflection on the challenges and opportunities to influence the practical adoption of best practices for soil management.

ENVS6900 Researach Seminar presentations Tuesday. Nov.21st

  Sean Simpson   1:00pm Title: "Biofertilizer enhances biomass crop yield and soil organic carbon sequestration" Kayla Mundy      1:30pm Title: "Alternative Seed Treatments: Acute Lethality and Life Cycle Impacts on the Common Eastern Bumble Bee (Bombus impatiens Cresson)" Jillian Filmer      2:00pm Title: "The effect of nitrification inhibition on nitrous oxide emissions from hog manure applied at various fall timings"

2017 George Morris AgriFood Policy Lecture THE FUTURE OF FOOD

The Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Guelph is pleased to invite you to this year's George Morris AgriFood Policy Lecture presented by Dr. Jayson Lusk, of Purdue University.   The title of Dr.Lusk's talk is "The Future of Food". Please join us on Monday, November 6, 2017. 

SES Seminar Guests Sarah Jane Gorlitz & Wojciech Olejnik

Soft Turns is the collaborative effort of Sarah Jane Gorlitz and Wojciech Olejnik and they are our current Artist in Residence. "SOFTURNS :thoughts on interdisciplinary approaches to closed (and open) loops."

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