Kent State Magazine Highlights Horticulture Professor’s Work

 

Dr. Eichler in her element on the Salem Campus
Just as most of us are looking forward to being outside following a long winter, the Spring-Summer 2022 issue of Kent State Magazine helps readers better appreciate our green spaces and outdoor wonders. The focus of this issue is on global warming and the climate change crisis.
 Dr. Sarah Eichler, assistant professor of horticulture on the Salem Campus
Dr. Sarah Eichler, assistant professor of biological sciences and horticulture on the Salem Campus, is featured in the article “Climate-Positive Agriculture” which details how she develops policy recommendations for sustainability efforts in agricultural/horticulture, food systems and climate mitigation, as well as her work with local farmers.

Eichler is one of several Kent State faculty members sharing their expertise in a series of articles called the Global Challenge: “Climate change is a complex problem with no easy answers – and everything at stake. As global temperatures continue to rise, Kent State faculty reflect on our potential to mitigate and adapt to a changing planet.”

Read the article in which Eichler shares her expertise: https://www.kent.edu/magazine/climate-positive-agriculture

To learn more about Eichler: https://www.kent.edu/sustainability/spotlight-sarah-eichler.

To read the magazine: https: //www.kent.edu/magazine/springsummer-2022


Cutline A: Dr. Sarah Eichler, assistant professor of horticulture on the Salem Campus

Cutline B: Dr. Eichler in her element on the Salem Campus

POSTED: Thursday, May 26, 2022 - 9:39am
UPDATED: Thursday, May 26, 2022 - 10:23am