More than 330,000 Ohioans own woodland, but not all of them know what’s best for that land. That’s where the Ohio Woodland Stewards Program comes into play.
Reservations aren’t required for the question-and-answer session Jan. 31 in Ravenna.
The Ohio group earned a plaque with the maximum 12 gold stars for superior work in the organization’s program categories.
The Warren-Trumbull County Public Library is offering free tax assistance, with special attention to residents 60 and older.
Dairy farm planners hit a roadblock in their attempts to buy vacant land but are still looking elsewhere.
James A. Garfield National Historic Site programs for February begin Feb. 8 with Behind the Scenes II, “Beauty Framed: A Visual Arts Tour of Lawnfield.”
The annual Tri-County Beef Management School will have three sessions in Harrison, Jefferson and Carroll counties.
Satellite data indicates less farm acreage is being developed in northwestern Ohio than previously thought.
The workshop focuses primarily on early childhood educators and is open to people who have or work with children.
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on the unknown technologies of tomorrow and the unimaginable ways they will impact agriculture.