Sunday, June 26, 2016
graduates

Every game has something to teach us. If not, why play?
tractor and field

Writer and journalist Gene Logsdon was the "Contrary Farmer," an Ohio-based "cottage farmer" with 32 acres of trees, garden, a rotating collection of livestock, a patch of corn, and "about 593,455,780 weeds."
David Berg

The list of Ohio record fish continues to change as local fishermen and women challenge current records with a fish of their own.
Fireflies lighting up yard

Summer cookouts and campfires make great memories, so take time to enjoy the experience.
Spreading manure

A question that is becoming increasingly important is: how are the nutrients contained in manure accounted for and managed as that manure is applied back to the land?
truck unloading corn

The Cavs and grain markets have both been entertaining recently.
garden weeds

After weeks of battling weeds, by June gardeners are tempted to throw in the hat. Tools, natural herbicides, mulch and cover crops can help control weeds.

Help us identify this flea market find. This wooden tool was found in Washington County, Pennsylvania and its owner could use some help identifying it.
kids swim

When Sutherland thinks of her childhood summers she can remember playing in the hay mow, swimming, climbing trees, and spending hours exploring the woods.
butterfly

Dr. Scott Shalaway recently attended the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History's annual Bug Fair. He also spotted a bear on his property and has made note of the return of cicada brood V.
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