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Media mention: Clintonville rain gardens’ efficacy, controversy factor in lesson

This Week News featuring Jay Martin, David Wituszynski, and Kathryn Boening

Media mention: Building a better weapon against harmful algal blooms

OSU News featuring Jay Martin, Margaret Kalcic, Asmita Murumkar, Grey Evenson, and Anna Apostel

Media mention: New study will track how trade wars affect the Midwest

OSU News featuring Jay Martin and Jeffrey Kast

News article: FABE Researchers Receive $5 Million Grant to Study Runoff from Elevated Phosphorus Fields

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Some farm fields in northwest Ohio’s Maumee River watershed have more phosphorus than their crops can use. Called “elevated phosphorus fields,” such fields may be at higher risk of contributing to Lake Erie’s harmful algal blooms.

That’s the premise of a new five-year, $5 million study that hopes to learn about those fields and lower that risk by creating new public-private partnerships.

Media mention: Scientists to examine residual phosphorus issue in Ohio

Farm and Dairy featuring Jay Martin

Event: Water and Cities in Ohio: Are We Prepared for Climate Change?

Panel: Kristen Atha, Vice President, AECOM;

Maria Conroy, Professor, Knowlton School;

Jay Martin, Professor, College of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering;

Keith Myers, Vice President, Planning & Real Estate, Office of Administration and Planning;

John Stark, Ohio Freshwater Conservation, Director, The Nature Conservancy


Media mention: Ohio releases plan to curb Lake Erie algae blooms by 2025

The Columbus Dispatch featuring Dr. Jay Martin

Media mention: Restoration of historic Great Black Swamp could help save Lake Erie

The Blade featuring Jay Martin

Media mention: Algae experts fight to heal Lake Erie

Toledo 13abc News featuring Jay Martin