As an 1890 Land-Grant Institution, Central State University is focused on outreach and education for underserved and underrepresented populations in urban and rural areas. The Agriculture and Natural Resources Program develops, conducts, and promotes programs to create sustainable farms—farms that are good stewards of the environment, improve quality of life for the farmer and the community, and are profitable to enable the farm to be available for future generations.
Our Agriculture & Natural Resources Staff is available to assist with further information regarding Extension programming, resources and upcoming events. CSU Extension has agricultural and natural resources staff and programming throughout Ohio. Visit the links below for information, event postings and resources for agriculture and natural resources.
Growing Small Farms Series - Events, Webinars, and Podcasts
Join us every Thursday from 7-8 p.m. for the Growing Small Farms Webinar Series. Each session is live and then recorded and released as a podcast. Click here for information about this month’s topics and registration links. For recordings of previous webinars, click here.
Seed to Bloom Botanical and Community Garden
Located on Central State University’s campus in Wilberforce, Ohio, the Seed to Bloom Botanical and Community Garden provides a unique stage for horticultural education. Click here for information about the garden and upcoming events.
Regional Agriculture and Natural Resources Programming
CSU Extension Staff are conducting programming throughout Ohio. Visit our Regional pages for more information about upcoming events: