• 1399 Campus Drive Wooster, Ohio 44691 *Address not for postal use
    The Administration Building was built in 1895, with the east wing being added in 1913. The building once housed all the departments on the CFAES Wooster Campus.Today it houses the Renovations Planning Office, Secrest Arboretum Office, OSU Extension, USDA Business Office.
  • 2120 Fyffe Road Columbus, Ohio 43202
    This building houses the OARDC Columbus Director's Office (suite 106). It also contains offices for OSU Extension, the Agricultural, Environmental & Development Economics Department, International Programs in Agriculture, and the new CFAES Library and Student Success Center. 
  • 228 Research Services Building 1680 Madison Avenue Wooster, OH 44691

    The mission of the Agricultural Research Stations on CFAES's Statewide Campus is to provide regional research locations throughout the State of Ohio that serve the general interest of the public by supporting the University's three land grant functions: teaching, research, and extension. Each research station provides first-class facilities and support staff to conduct specific research to support agricultural industry in the region. The research stations are recognized by clientele as a source of unbiased, research based information in agricultural and environmental sciences.

  • 1625 Wilson Road Wooster, Ohio 44691
    The Arden Shisler Center for Education and Economic Development opened in August 2001 to provide the very finest environment for serious brain-storming sessions, collaborative exchanges of information and the development of creative solutions for education, business and industry.


    The center was named for Mr. Arden Shisler, former head of the Ohio Agriculture Commission and former Chairman of Nationwide Insurance, as an acknowledgment of his long-time support of sustained economic growth through improved communications and training.

    The Arden Shisler Center for Education and Economic Development is a full service meeting, conference and development facility unlike any other meeting venue in the Greater Cleveland area. We specialize in conference planning, event management and facilitation, business training and educational services, multimedia support and complete meeting packages designed to fit any budget.

    Contact Matthew Benko-Scruggs at 330-263-5502 benko-scruggs.1@osu.edu .

  • 2625 South Ridge East, P.O. Box 467 Kingsville, OH 44048

    The newest of CFAES's statewide research sites, the Ashtabula Agricultural Research Station was established in 1985, after the Ohio legislature appropriated funds for CFAES to set up a grape research farm. The Ashtabula county commissioners entered into a long-term lease agreement with The Ohio State University for 25 acres of the former county home farmland. Over the years, CFAES has built trellised vineyards, two operations buildings, a cold storage facility and an automated weather station on the site.

  • The Barnhart Rice Homestead, sometimes called the Stone House, was built in the 1820's from hand-hewn sandstone ashlar blocks quarried only a couple hundred yards from where it stands. The homestead is one of the very best surviving examples of German vernacular architecture that exists within Wayne County. Restoration and preservation of the Barnhard Rice Homestead is underway.
     
    The Stone House is for University use only. Contact Debbie Shaffer at 330-263-3738 or shaffer.271@osu.edu.
  • 210 Kottman Hall 2021 Coffey Road Columbus, Ohio 43210

    The Carbon Management and Sequestration Center (CMASC) at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio conducts research on the best methods for reducing atmospheric CO2 through sustainable land management practices. Simultaneously, CMASC investigates strategies to enhance food security, improve water use efficiency, and reduce poverty. The research team is led by Distinguished Professor Rattan Lal, research staff, PhD students, MSc students, affiliated universities and other collaborators and sponsors.

  • 110 Parker Food Science & Technology Building 2015 Fyffe Road Columbus, Ohio 43210

    The Center for Advanced Functional Food Research & Entrepreneurship (CAFFRE) mission is to serve as a catalyst for research and development of novel functional foods and components that will enhance health. CAFFRE is interdisciplinary in nature and is comprised of a diverse group of well known scientists, medical professionals, and policy experts that have experience working with industry partners.

  • 012 Rightmire Hall 1060 Carmack Road Columbus, Ohio 43210

    The Center for Applied Plant Sciences (CAPS) supports interdisciplinary Scientific Teams that span the continuum between basic research and practical solutions to challenges in four main Strategic Areas: Photosynthesis and Carbon Fixation; Biomass and Bioproducts; Crop Improvement and Functional Foods; and Plant-Microbe Interactions.

  • The Center for Food Animal Health (CFAH) success has been facilitated by the availability of laboratory and animal holding facilities capable of accommodating the unique research needs of the faculty investigators. The use of our gnotobiotic facility has been instrumental in the discovery of new microbes and their pathogenicity as well as in development of vaccines. The CFAH has modern laboratories with the latest equipment, including AALAC accredited laboratory animal and germ-free facilities. This is the only facility in the world for procurement and maintenance of germfree food producing animals, in addition CFAH maintains the only specific pathogen free flock of turkeys in the world. These resources are invaluable for the study of infectious diseases of food producing animals.

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