All bowyers, atlatl throwers and flint-knappers are invited to join a weekend primitive gathering June 15 and 16 near Dover, Ohio.
Llovable llamas continue to rise in popularity in northestern Ohio. Two local shows can put you close to a llama, if you’ve never seen one.
The first of five public walking tours of Massillon’s historic Fourth Street will be offered May 14.
Herbicide drift is a growing concern for crop producers, particularly as the EPA eyes a ‘zero tolerance’ drift polilcy.
A heritage center and outdoor drama theater named for legendary apple pioneer and role model, Johnny Appleseed, will located in Mansfield, Ohio.
Chemical use is an option for pond owners who want to control growth of algae and aquatic plants.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum has opened Fifty Years of Rock and Roll, an exhibit chronicling the five decades of rock and roll.
Growth of wanted and unwanted plants in ponds is related to construction and greatly affects fish health. It also affects overall aesthetic appeal and pond use. Part II of a three-part series.
When making baleage, bale density is the name of the game and swathing and driving techniques will affect it. Here are some baleage tips.
Two nematode species, one a native of Ohio, have been found to successfully control grape root borer, an insect pest responsible for major economic losses to the grape industry.