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OSU Winter Outlook Series: "Climate and Grain Market Outlook"- Dr. Aaron Wilson and Ben Brown
Aaron Wilson with the Byrd Polar Climate Center and Ben Brown previously with the Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics, but also both with OSU Extension will be hosting a climate and grain market outlook as Ohio producers start to make plans for 2021. Key points for will cover the short-term outlook on Ohio and regional weather, long term season climate trends, grain market analysis, and marketing strategies.

Feb 19, 2021 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Aaron Wilson
Research Scientist @OSU Extension and Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center
Aaron B. Wilson is an Atmospheric Scientist at The Ohio State University (OSU), holding a joint appointment as a Research Scientist at the Byrd Polar & Climate Research Center (BPCRC) and climate specialist with OSU Extension.. He is also a contributing member to the State Climate Office of Ohio (http://climate.osu.edu). Aaron uses his expertise in Ohio weather and climate to assess hydrologic conditions across the state, helping to coordinate the state’s weekly contribution to the U.S. Drought Monitor activities at the National Drought Mitigation Center. Aaron is passionate about educational outreach, dedicating many hours to serving BPCRC through tours and activities for students of all ages and participating in a wide range of engagement actives with OSU Extension, from county field day events to the Farm Science Review. Aaron encourages everyone across the rural to urban gradient to think about “your climate change” and how changing weather extremes are impacting you where you live
Ben Brown
Assistant Professor of Professional Practice @Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics
Ben Brown is an Assistant Professor of Professional Practice in Agricultural Risk Management located in the Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics at Ohio State University. A native of Western Missouri, growing up on a diversified row crop and cattle operation, he was active in 4-H and FFA leading to his passion for Extension. Ben received undergraduate degrees from Kansas State University in 2015 in Agricultural Economics and Agronomy. He received a Master’s in Agricultural and Applied Economics from the University of Missouri- Columbia where he was a graduate assistant to the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute. His area of focus was on U.S. farm policy- with specific work on the Agriculture Risk Coverage and Price Loss Coverage Commodity Programs in the Agricultural Act of 2018. He loves the Buckeye State and is thankful for the opportunity to work with producers and agribusinesses every day.