Stories by Jenny Fisher

The Dirt on Conservation: Rural life is all about respect

Thursday, November 10, 2011

For rural neighbors, maintaining a positive relationship and mutual respect for one another could be one of the most important aspects in an ever-changing environment.

Remember: “bee” polite to pollinators

Thursday, January 20, 2011

With the threat of flurries and the temperature threatening to drop below freezing, you’re probably not thinking about bees. Most of us won’t waste a thought on them until that first buzzing bee insists we share our refreshing glass of sweet tea. But before you decide not to share and swat that pest with authority, […]

Keys to protecting groundwater

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Water has been endlessly circulating since the earth was formed. Groundwater is a key part of this continuous cycle as water evaporates, forms clouds and returns to the earth as precipitation. Precipitation that soaks into the ground and is stored in underground geological water systems called aquifers is known as groundwater. Springs, lakes, and other […]

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About Jenny

Jennifer Fisher is a District Technician for the Tuscarawas Soil and Water Conservation District. She is a graduate of the Ohio State Agricultural Technical Institute with a degree in Environmental Resources Management. Tuscarawas SWCD is located at 277 – B Canal Avenue, New Philadelphia, OH 44663 and can be reached by calling 330-339-7976.