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    • Eagleview Compost Dairy Barn - Case Study 

      Petzen, Joan; Wolfanger, Colleen; Bonhotal, Jean; Schwarz, Mary; Terry, Timothy; Youngers, Nicholas (Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wyoming County, 2009)
    • Ears Up!! What's Poppin in the Future of Ag? 

      Coombe, Rebecca; Lamb, Megan (2020)
      This film examines the sustainability of the future of agriculture with an emphasis on youth organizations such as 4-H and FFA and what they are doing to promote the future of the industry.
    • Eating With the Seasons 

      Thilmany, Isabella (2018-11-14)
    • Effectiveness of Composting as a Means of Emergency Disposal: A Literature Review 

      Schwarz, Mary; Bonhotal, Jean (5th International Symposium on Managing Animal Mortality , Products, by Products and Associated Risks, 2015)
      There has been a multitude of research conducted on different aspects of passively aerated windrow systems (PAWS) composting of mortality in the past several years. Early on, the research was concentrated on whether or not ...
    • Effectiveness of Composting Road-Killed Deer in New York State 

      Schwarz, Mary; Bonhotal, Jean; Harrison, Ellen; Brinton, William; Storms, Pam (Compost Science & Utilization, 2010)
      Composting of deer carcasses was effective in reducing pathogen levels, decomposing the carcasses and producing a useable end product after 12 months. The composting process used in this project involved enveloping the ...
    • Emergency and Routine Mortality Management - final report 

      Bonhotal, Jean; Schwarz, Mary (Cornell Waste Management Institute, 2014)
      SUMMARY: Following unexpected animal losses, producers need to consider all available management options, associated costs and environmental effects of mortality disposal. This calls for planning, coordination, networking, ...
    • Emergency Response Planning for Disposal of Avian Influenza Affected Birds in NYS 

      Schwarz, Mary; Bonhotal, Jean (International Symposium: Management of Animal Carcasses, Tissue and Related Byproducts, 2009)
      Avian influenza (Al), or bird flu, is caused by avian influenza viruses that are carried by wild waterfowl and shed in the saliva, nasal excrements and feces. Domestic poultry get the disease when they come in contact with ...
    • Environmental Effects of Mortality Disposal 

      Bonhotal, Jean; Schwarz, Mary (International Symposium: Management of Animal Carcasses, Tissue and Related Byproducts, 2009)
      As carcass disposal options become limited, it is important that the disposal tools implemented protect human, livestock and environmental health. Burial, composting, and rendering are among the most common methods. With ...
    • Ethiopia’s Productive Safety Net Program (PSNP) national baseline database (NBD): Georeferenced site, management, topography, climate, soil carbon, soil fertility indicators, yield and low-cost soil mid-infrared (MIR) analysis results 

      Solomon, Dawit; Woolf, Dominic; Jirka, Stefan; DeGloria, Stephen; Belay, Berhanu; Ambaw, Gebermedehin; Getahun, Kefelegn; Ahmed, Milkiyas; Ahmed, Zia; Lehmann, Johannes (2015)
      Ethiopia’s climate smart initiative (CSI) aims to integrate the implications of climate change into Productive Safety Net Programs (PSNP) activities, and systems to strengthen this important social safety net program, and ...
    • Ethiopia’s Productive Safety Net Program (PSNP): Soil carbon and fertility impact assessment 

      Solomon, Dawit; Woolf, Dominic; Jirka, Stefan; DeGloria, Stephen; Belay, Berhanu; Ambaw, Gebermedehin; Getahun, Kefelegn; Ahmed, Milkiyas; Ahmed, Zia; Lehmann, Johannes (2015)
      Ethiopia’s climate smart initiative (CSI) aims to integrate the implications of climate change into the Productive Safety Net Program (PSNP) activities, and systems to strengthen this important social safety net program, ...
    • Evaluation of Solids and Liquids from Anaerobic Digesters for Use as Bedding and Fertilizer 

      Schwarz, Mary; Bonhotal, Jean (Cornell Waste Management Institute, 2016)
      Summary: Solids and liquids from digestion of manure at 17 farms were analyzed for bacterial concentration, physical properties and/or metal concentrations. Four of these farms digested manure only and the rest accepted ...
    • Existential Waste 

      Sullivan, Emily (2016)
      This is an informational film that describes the implications of food waste in a broader context while exploring case studies, initiatives, and a specific policy to engage individuals and communities in a solution.
    • Exploring Atypical Stabilization Pathways Using Pool-Based Modeling 

      Sohi, Saran; Yates, Helen; Lehmann, Johannes; Liang, Biqing; Gaunt, John (2006)
      Simulation models that explicitly account for the impact and interaction of soil and environmental variables can assist in predicting the accumulation of C and its rate of turnover. Relevant, verifiable (i.e. measurable) ...
    • Family Orchard 

      Sullivan, Lilly (2015)
    • Farm to friend 

      Miller, Leigh; Raju, Teevyah (2019-11)
      Two friends explore where their milk comes from by visiting an organic dairy farmer, Chandler Benson. They learn about his farm, Bensvue Farms, which is part of the Organic Valley Co-op.
    • Farm to Plate: On my Plate 

      Cho, Michelle (2017-11)
    • Farm Waste Management Makes Sense 

      Bonhotal, Jean (Cornell Waste Management Institute, 1996)
    • Farm-Based Composting: Manure and More 

      Cornell Waste Management Institute (Cornell Waste Management Institute, 2001)
    • Farmily Feud 

      Sabol, Mark (2015)
      A fun game show centered on agricultural facts, made in cooperation with Margot Ptiney and Elias Abilheira
    • FARMING BY THE BOOK: Food, Farming, and the Environment in the Bible and in the Qur-an 

      Fick, Gary W. (Cornell University. Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, 2005-12)
      Food, farming, and environmental care are key topics in the study of agricultural sustainability. Agricultural sustainability is holistic in its approach, so religion and ethics need to be considered as aspects of the ...