One reader would like to see farmers open their land to recreational ATV riders.
Restoration techniques and a variety of aircraft in varying stages of the restoration process are highlighted on the monthly tours at Dayton’s Wright Field.
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.
Assistance will help New York farmers recover from reduced pasture grazing and crop production caused by severe drought conditions.
“Farm and Dairy” correspondent Esther Solves honored “in appreciation for your devoted years spent with us” by Tuscarawas County Cattle Association.
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.
HAPPY VALENTINE DAY: Remember that first kiss: Women worried more than men about getting caught.
Interest earned each year from the money in the fund is used to support local 4-H program needs in many ways.
A monthly selection of books, videos, audiobooks, and old-time radio programs on the lighter side will be provided to adult daycare centers for client programming.
HAPPY VALENTINE DAY: Togetherness tops the list of how to show a loved one you care.
Program will include latest information and research on various crop production topics and technologies, and discussion of the new farm bill.
With debate stalled in the U.S. Senate, it could be months before a final bill passed by both the Senate and House of Representatives makes it onto President Bush’s desk for signing.
With their pointy little heads, grinning faces, slitty eyes, round bellies and hands tightly pressed against the sides of their naked bodies, billikens have become a way for Wendy Eisner to show that the study of geography is fun.
A Superbowl celebration exhibit chronicling patriotic contributions and sacrifices made by the NFL and its players has returned to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton.
The artist of former comic strips “Priscilla’s Pop” and “Out Our Way,” Ed Sullivan, will have an exhibit of his original cartoons, watercolors, pencil drawings, and “Inkstoppers,” greeting cards at the Salem Historical Society during February.
The Ohio Meat Goat Association will host a event aimed at educating exhibitors and audience what to look for when choosing project animals.
Food safety and food security will be a strong theme at this year’s Food and Dairy Industries Conference, Feb. 20-21, at Dublin, Ohio.