College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences Facility Master Plan
The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) has a succinct mission statement – we sustain life – that unites a community of individuals pursuing an extraordinarily diverse range of inquiry. The college’s natural resources, landholdings, and facilities are equally diverse, and they simultaneously support teaching, research, and extension. The CFAES Master Plan includes themes and planning principles that guide decision making for all facilities on its three campuses: Columbus, Wooster, and statewide. The process explored the Waterman Agricultural and Natural Resources Laboratory, the Columbus Midwest campus, and the CFAES Wooster campus experiences in detail, holistically addressing these campus environments, and engaging hundreds of individuals from the college community. As a result, the plan illustrates a shared vision for the future and provides a road map for implementation.
MKSK, Landscape Architecture, Planning