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  1. Solar Leasing for Agricultural Lands Webinar on April 4

    Mar 30, 2018

    Solar power is rapidly growing across the U.S.and agricultural landowners are being approached with leases to provide land for solar projects.  It can be difficult for a landowner to know where to start in evaluating whether a solar energy lease is right for the farm or ranch operatiIIon.  This free webinar on Wednesday, April 4 at noon EST by Professor Shannon Ferrell of Oklahoma State University will remove some of the mystery about what is required for a successful solar energy project read more

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    Agricultural Nutrient Management: State Innovations and Local Responsibility Recorded Webinar

    Feb 12, 2018

    Runoff from sources including agricultural fields has caused an excess of nitrogen and phosphorus in water sources across the United States.  Some state governments have responded to the nutrient excess with innovative programs ranging from voluntary to mandatory, and from education-based to trading and cost sharing.  Other state and national policies are shifting the burden of nutrient cleanup to local governments, water treatment plants, and other point sources.  

  3. We're Seeking a Research Associate

    Jan 24, 2018

    OSU's Agricultural & Resource Law Program is seeking a Research Associate to conduct legal research and outreach for the program.  The Research Associate will also collaborate on projects for the Agricultural & Food Law Consortium, a collaborative partnership between OSU, the National Agricultural Law Center, Penn State Law and the National Sea Grant Law Center.  For a complete position description and online application instructions, please go to www.jobsatosu.com and search by Job Opening Number 435051.