Quality handcrafted goods will be sold in connection with the Herbal Society’s annual plant sale.
The National Pork Producers Council has canceled the 2001 World Pork Expo to prevent potential risks of foot-and-mouth disease.
Art exhibit at Ohio University’s Kennedy Museum of Art through April 29 highlights Navajo weavings.
Harlan Baldwin of rural Ashtabula County pled not guilty to 49 counts of animal cruelty at his arrignment April 5.
The 9th annual community event featuring yard and garage sales plus special events will be May 5.
Lee Murdock and Blue Highway to perform in May at the Cuyahoga National Park.
Purdue corn specialist says that while the calendar may heralds winter’s recent end, the first days of spring are often iffy for field work.
Results of the purebred cattle shows held at the Ohio Been Expo March 16-18 at the Ohio Expo Center.
The first-ever conference for black farmers in Ohio will be held April 21 at the Stratford Ecological Center in Delaware, Ohio.
Secretary of Agriculture Ann Veneman authorizes an additional $32 million to protect the United States against foreign diseases in her FY 2002 proposed budget.
County Historical Society president Wendell Lauth will lecture April 21 on “The Civil War and Trumbull County.
The report supplements the 1999 report and confirms reports of damage to 173 more properties. The percentage of undermined properties with damage has decreased.
Multi-agency task force creates a $3.3 million grants program to assist counties with mosquito surveillance and control in an effort to detect and control mosquitoes that carry West Nile virus.
Eight breed sales were held at the 2001 Ohio Beef Expo March 17 at the Ohio Expo Center with over 400 lots selling at an average price of $1,660 per lot.
Farmers need to scout for slugs as soon it warms up and fields are dry enough for walking.
Cornell University publication is a planning tool for those considering a roadside market.
Horses have been a central theme in Jenkins’ life, running like threads through the fabric of her 78 years. At every important moment, there has somehow been a horse involved.
Guest commentary by Matthew Kaplan, assistant professor of agricultural education at Penn State, looks at how community tragedy can be averted with connections.