Three Ohio State University farm fields recently earned organic certification, giving researchers a better idea of the issues facing organic producers.
The U.S. Air Force Museum is celebrating the contributions of Walt Disney in support of the Army Air Forces.
The boyhood home of Marcus Hanna, located at 251 E. High St. in Lisbon, Ohio, has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Over the past 20 years, Wisconsin and the upper Midwest have steadily lost ground to California and other Western states in milk production.
The thrill of victory transcends the risks those crazy Winter Olympic athletes take. And we love them for it, commentst Editor Susan Crowell.
A new organization, Friends of Ohio Barns, is linking Ohio’s barn owners and enthusiasts with an opportunity to save our agricultural heritage.
What happens when communities work to preserve their roots? Learn more at western Pennsylvania symposium.
Beef short course to addresses cattle marketing and management issues.
The 2002 Roscoe Village membership lecture series continues March 6 with “Quilts and Coverlets: Past and Present.”
Various global warming models have predicted an increase in average temperature over the next century, ranging from 2.5 degrees to as high as 10 degrees.
The Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad will be running a spring schedule of Saturday and Sunday excursion trains through May.
Summit County Agriculture Society’s attorney says the opinion is contrary to law and is only a recommendation to Court of Common Pleas Judge Ted Schneiderman.
Trade association service awards were presented at the Ohio growers Congress to a member of each of the three associations.
The Ohio Fruit and Vegetable Growers Congress and the Ohio Roadside Marketing Conference, held Feb. 6-8 in Toledo, is a must-do event for many Ohio farmers.
Sister Rita Keshock will focus on the etching of an icon on eggs at the March 2 workshop at the Greensburg Garden and Civic Center.
The Carnegie Museum of Natural History is sponsoring the one-day Fair Feb. 23, to offer advice and opinions on protecting and preserving precious family heirlooms and collectibles.
“Farm and Dairy” correspondent Esther Solves honored “in appreciation for your devoted years spent with us” by Tuscarawas County Cattle Association.
HAPPY VALENTINE DAY: Remember that first kiss: Women worried more than men about getting caught.