Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Twenty-one rare and unusual plants were discovered in Ohio this year.

Last week, Editor Susan Crowell tapped into issues and trends looming on the horizon. She continues that trend watch this week.

The Ashland-based cooperative began operations under the new name Jan. 1.

Total per capita meat consumption of all red meat and poultry by U.S. consumers is expected to approach 219 pounds [retail weight] during 2002, which is a new record.

Ohio and Michigan hydroponic growers are joining forces and form Great Lakes Hydroponic Association and Marketing Cooperative - the only association of its kind in the Midwest.

In 110 years of records, 2002 was the warmest recorded at the station of U.S. weather observer Edwin R. Copeland in southern Columbiana County, Ohio.

Hispanic Workforce Management Conferences will be sponsored this winter by Cornell and Penn state universities.

Informational meetings on the U.S. EPA's new large-scale livestock operation regulations will be held in Wooster and St. Marys in January, 2003.

Maple producers from across northern Ohio will gather for the annual Maple Days programs at three locations.

Forgotten Animal Shelter will have a free, public membership meeting Jan. 15, 7-8:30 p.m., in Medina, Ohio.