In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on the possibilities of ethanol from multiple biomass sources.
John Cabas, former coach at Salem, will be at the Salem Historical Society Feb. 11 for Quaker Sam display.
Forget the roses! Be as creative and as unique as possible on Valentine’s Day.
Eight OSU College of Agriculture alumni will receive the 2001 awards honoring their accomplishments at the Feb. 24 annual alumni luncheon.
Cornell University has established a Web site devoted to making available full-text copies of more than 800 important agricultural texts.
A “timing attack.” can explore the contents of the visiting browser’s “cache” of recent activities and plant “cache cookies.”
The last remaining working farm in the city limits of Kent, Ohio, has been sold to a housing developer.
2001 Garden Calendars coordinated by the Tri-State Area Master Gardener Association are available from Hancock County extension.
A tour of Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park and the Bear Tooth Highway, and Cody, Wyo. leaves Sept. 8.
The American Lamb Council is hoping a new $1.8 million promotional campaign will bolster the sheep industry’s sagging demand.
Investors around the world are risking losing their investments – lured by aggressive advertising and publicity that tout the lucrative prospects of online investing.
A slowdown in the general economy and media attention being given to mad cow disease are shadows hanging over the current favorable cattle market.
Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences will hold the Pennsylvania Game Breeders and Hunting Preserves annual meeting, Feb. 25-27.
Angela Navis of Akron will be celebrating her Valentine birthday Feb. 14 by donating her kidney to her father, Harry Navis.
The number of cattle and calves in Ohio on Jan. 1 was estimated at 1.24 million head, unchanged from last year.
Fossils are discovered of a dinosaur new to science, dubbed Masiakasaurus knopfleri it is a long-necked relatively small carnivore, roughly the size of a German Shepherd dog.
USDA’s Animal and Plant Inspection Service designates Ohio as pseudorabies virus-free, certifying that every herd in Ohio is free of the virus.
A new site has been created to publish Missouri documents chronicling the historically important U.S. Supreme Court decision.