Amy Stone

Extension Educator, Agriculture and Natural Resources (AgNR)
Ohio State University Extension - Lucas County

Amy at Magyar GardenAmy is an Agriculture and Natural Resources (AgNR) Educator with Ohio State University Extension, Lucas County.  She began working with Extension in 1992, and has been in her current position since May 2000. 

Amy has earned degrees from Owens Community College and the University of Toledo.  Her specialization has been invasive species and began with a local infestation of the gypsy moth in the county in the mid-nineties.  In 2003, Amy collected and submitted the first known infestation of the emerald ash borer (EAB) in Ohio.  Amy worked on EAB for nearly ten years on USDA project dollars from APHIS and the Forest Service.  Work with Purdue University and Michigan State University on Emerald Ash Borer University (EABU) continues to date.   As Ohio faces numerous invasive species threats, Amy is part of an Extension team to address those threats through outreach and education efforts. 

Amy and her family live on her husband’s grandparent’s farm in southeastern Michigan where they had a forty acre truck farm and sold produce at the Detroit’s Eastern Market.  While their garden is only about 2 acres, it is enough to keep the family busy with their jobs away from the home.  

OSU Extension - Lucas County (main office)
One Government Center, Suite 550, Toledo, Ohio 43604

OSU Extension at Toledo Botanical Garden (horticulture satellite office)
5403 Elmer Drive, Toledo, Ohio 43615

Articles Authored

Title Category Published on
New Year Brings Beginning of the 2023 Plant Phenology and Growing Degree Day Calendar
OK to prune OAKS. Now’s the time to schedule!
Attention Green Industry Professionals - Register for the OTF Conference & Show and OSU Green Industry Short Course Next Week!
Turfgrass Team Times, 11.10.2022
Box Tree Moth Identified In 'The State Up North', Information Shared From Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD)
Thinking Inside The Box - Growing CSAs Across The Tri-State Region
Emerald Ash Borer University Kicks-Off Fall Season of Invasive Species Topics
Virtual Program - Spotted Lanternfly and the Potential Impacts on the Maple Syrup Industry
Weather Experts Are Cautioning Our First Frost (Freeze) May Arrive This Weekend
Plant of the Week - Pokeweed
Turfgrass Times, 09.09.2022
Spotted Lanternfy - If You Detect It, Collect It!
Searching for Spongy Moth (Lymantria dispar) Egg Masses
Turfgrass Times, 08.19.2022
Turfgrass Times, 08.05.2022
Turfgrass Times, 07.29.2022
Merry Christmas in July!
Turfgrass Times, 07.22.2022
Turfgrass Team Times, 07.15.2022
Word of the Week - Fasciation
Growing Degree Day (GDD) Summary, June 2022
Turfgrass Team Times, 06.17.2023
Turfgrass Times, 05.27.2022
Growing Degree Day (GDD) Summary, May 2022
Turfgrass Times, 05.18.2022
Extra Eyes Needed to Look For Spotted Lanternfly (SLF) During the Upcoming Season
Biggest Week in American Birding
Growing Degree Day (GDD) Summary, April 2022
Turfgrass Times, 04.29.2022
Turfgrass Times, 04.15.2022