One of the largest model railroads in northeastern Ohio will be running this month during a special public open house.
What is really the prime mover of today’s booming economy. One reader offers his view.
Passage of Ohio’s statewide Issue 1 would breathe life into the state’s farmland program by providing local governments with matching funds to buy farmland development rights, says one land use expert.
Claudia Bernardi, a native of Argentina and human rights activist, will present a lecture in Wooster Nov. 9.
Taking care of your timepiece investment takes time.
Pa. farm helped rescue chickens trapped in Buckeye Egg facility after September tornado.
Farm and Dairy witnessed and recorded more than $4 million being raised in support of 4-H and FFA youth at 28 county fairs this summer in the tri-state region.
The top lot of recent ewolfs sale was an Arthur Quartley oil on canvas, which sold for $16,560.
The focus of this fall’s conversations has been more about biotech corn than bushels per acre.
DeWine is not backing down from his support of the controversial central Ohio Little Darby National Wildlife Refuge proposal, saying the region could become a “national jewel.”
Novel community-based conservation approach takes the long view toward “changing tomorrow’s history.”
More than 400 people interested in Great Lakes issues on the national, regional, state and local levels gathered recently in Toledo.
Environmental quality has improved, but it still has some ways to go to meet the EPA standards that have been set.
The campaign for a purchase of development rights (PDR) program was defeated on Super Tuesday in Medina County.
While questions remain about the seven-bill farmland preservation package to be introduced by state Reps. Gene Krebs and Sean Logan, Ohio agriculture organizations are generally supportive.
Farmers may have to rely on company inspectors to monitor the construction and cleanup process if the proposed Independence Pipeline is approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
At the close of 1998, John and Wendy Cooper made the toughest decision of their young lives: to sell their top-producing dairy herd, replacement animals, farm equipment, tractors and even the forage and feed inventory.
USDA’s active monitoring of flocks in Vermont since 1996 will prevent widespread contamination from TSE.
Low-impact logging technology has made its way into Ohio and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources wants it to become the way of the future for Ohio woodland owners.
Partners of the Independence Pipeline Company say they’ve met the market condition stipulations placed on the pipeline project by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.