Retired Ohio Farm Bureau Executive Vice President Dr. C. William Swank accepted the federation’s Distinguished Service award, the organization’s highest honor, Jan. 20.
The Stark County Coin Club will sponsor a “Mid-Winter Coin and Collectible Show” Feb. 1 in North Canton.
Youngstown State University will present a panel discussion on the Underground Railroad Feb. 3, 7 p.m.
Sessions are geared toward one of the three tracks in horticulture, livestock or agritourism.
The race for the title of the Northeast’s snowiest city this winter is heating up.
The works of George Ford Morris are featured in an exhibition at the Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame through May 2003.
The Haskins family has been a mainstay of the agricultural community in Geauga County since 1818. Bob and Jan Haskins now run the 36-head dairy despite increasing housing development in their area.
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.
Little known fungi, which have been diminished by modern agricultural practices such as tillage, could help plant intake of soil nutrients.
A community’s outreach leaves Columbiana County farm family thankful, despite health hurdles that remain.