Programs & Activities
The Gwynne Conservation Area is used year-round for educational programs conducted by local and state agencies as well as other natural resource related organizations.
The premier event at the Gwynne takes place during the Farm Science Review held each September at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center. During the three-day event, more than 4000 visitors explore the displays, demonstrations, programs and activities on the Gwynne grounds. Shuttles bring Farm Science Review visitors to the Conservation Area on their way to and from the field demonstrations.
The Gwynne During Farm Science Review
Come to Farm Science Review September 18-20, 2018 and visit the Gwynne Conservation Area.
Experts from across Ohio will present scheduled programs on a wide variety of natural resources topics. The official program schedule will be posted in August.
In addition, theme areas will house displays and a wealth of information on Forestry and Wildlife, Grasslands, Aquatics, Watersheds, and Soils. Experts will be on hand to answer your natural resource and conservation questions. The School of Environment & Natural Resources will have an area for students to explore careers in natural resources.
Exhibitors and Vendors at the Gwynne
The Farm Science Review attracts hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of visitors each year. At the Gwynne Conservation Area, exhibitors can reach a target audience of landowners interested in natural resource management on their land. Each year a growing number of businesses, trade organizations, and environmental and educational organizations provide visitors to the Gwynne with tools and information to meet their resource management needs.
Reserve your space at the Gwynne for this year’s Review now!
For more information and a registration packet, contact the:
Farm Science Review Office
232 Agricultural Engineering Building
590 Woody Hayes Dr.
Columbus, OH 43210-1057
At a Glance:
• Forestry, wildlife, aquatics, grasslands, and watershed theme areas filled with displays and demonstrations
• Scheduled programs, displays, and demonstrations on conservation-related topics
• Experts from state agencies and other natural resource management organizations answer visitor questions
• More than 4500 visitors in 3 days
• Information on installation of conservation practices, including grassland cover and wetlands, and forestry and pond management
• Vendors of conservation-oriented products and services
• Your company reaching out to a focused clientele of private landowners!