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2016 Income Tax Schools Announced
A new school in Delaware and a change in Columbus location and date are outlined in the 2016 OSU Extension Income Tax School schedule.
O S U Income Tax Schools
New Agricultural & Food Law Consortium Begins Work
Ohio State is a partner in the newly formed Agricultural and Food Law Consortium, which recently met at the National Agricultural Law Center (NALC). Partners include Ross Pifer, Penn State College of Law; Peggy Hall, OSU; Stephanie Showalter Otts, National Sea Grant Law Center; Beth Rumley, NALC; (back row) Dudley Hoskins, National Association of State Departments of Agriculture; Rusty Rumley and Harrison Pittman, NALC.
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  1. Webinar will Review State and Federal Approaches to Agricultural Nutrient Management

    07/20/2015 - 11:35am

    Surface applications of fertilizer and manure onto agricultural land raises concerns about water quality impacts.  Recent legal responses to increasing water quality concerns include legislation, regulatory programs and litigation.  In this free webinar hosted by the Agricultural & Food Law Consortium on Friday, July 24 from Noon--1 pm EST, OSU's Peggy Kirk Hall will review current legislative and regulatory approaches to managing agricultural nutrients and will discuss recent litigation and federal developments that may affect the use of agricultural nutrients.  For mo
  2. Drone use in Agriculture Webinar

    06/26/2015 - 8:27am

    COLUMBUS, Ohio – Until the Federal Aviation Administration finalizes rules for the use of unmanned aircraft systems, farmers, ranchers and others engaged in agriculture can learn about the current and future status of the use of drones in agriculture during an upcoming webinar, said an agricultural law expert with the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University.
  3. John Glenn College of Public Affairs State Food Policy Summit

    Hall Addresses 2015 State Food Policy Summit

    06/09/2015 - 9:02am

    OSU's Peggy Hall presented Engaging in the Food System--Challenges for Local Food Producers at the State Food Policy Summit hosted by OSU's John Glenn College of Public Affairs on June 4, 2015.   Hall discussed two food policy issues that impact food producers:  food safety regulations and local land use regulations.  The Summit is an annual event that joins food policy interests from across Ohio together to foster awareness of food policy activities and possibilities at the state level.  For more on the Summit, visit http://glenn