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East Branch Watershed residents joining to discuss water quality

Thursday, March 14, 2002

Information gathered from public meetings wil lbe used to help develop a management plan for the watershed.

Ohio State eyes new animal and plant science research facility

Thursday, March 14, 2002

The $25-million facility, if approved for state and federal funding, would allow Ohio State University researchers to study contagious diseases using state-of-the-art facilities.

Farm bill proposals not that different

Thursday, March 14, 2002

In the end, both House and Senate farm bill measures have similar impact on average annual net farm income over the next 10 years.

Ohio State Fair searches for youth musicians, vocalists

Thursday, March 14, 2002

Applications for both groups must be submitted by March 31.

Heart of Avon annual antique show scheduled

Thursday, March 14, 2002

French Creek Historic District shops will feature special sales during the show.

Precipitation deficit: Plants needs ample rain this month

Thursday, March 14, 2002

Weather observer Edwin Copeland shares February weather measurements from his post in southern Columbiana County.

Horse owners get update on West Nile virus, vaccinations

Thursday, March 14, 2002

An Ohio State University extension veterinarian will share West Nile Virus updates March 26 in Geauga County.

Producers endorse cut in checkoff

Thursday, March 14, 2002

At today’s market prices, the reduction in the pork checkoff rate will result in reducing pork producers’ total checkoff assessments by $5 million to $6 million per year.

Have we lost our sense of direction?

Thursday, March 14, 2002

In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell says what agriculture needs is direction.

Invasive plants threaten Pa. habitat

Thursday, March 14, 2002

The most pervasive environmental threat of the 21st century may be cloaked in the guise of ordinary and often attractive plants.

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