Lake Erie researcher Kristin Stanford recently won the 2012 Wildlife Diversity Conservation Award at this year’s Wildlife Diversity Conference in Columbus. Now an outreach and education coordinator at the Stone Laboratory, in 2006 she drew the attention of a national audience when she appeared on Discovery Channel’s Dirty Jobs with Mike Rowe.
WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service is warning senior citizens and other taxpayers to beware of an emerging scheme tempting them to file tax returns claiming fraudulent refunds. The scheme carries a common theme of promising refunds to people who have little or no income and normally don’t have a tax filing requirement. Claims Under […]
More coverage from the Conservation Tillage & Tech. Conference: Farmers encouraged to team-up with certified crop advisers.
WASHINGTON — When the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation county presidents traveled to Washington March 5-7, they let legislators know they are not happy with some proposals in the works. Child labor hot topic County presidents showed their passion when talking to lawmakers about a rule that will change what tasks children under 16 can do […]
The annual Conservation Tillage & Tech. Conference included a session on the 50-years of no-till farming.
Ohio Farm Bureau Federation presidents from across the state traveled to Capitol Hill to tell legislators what legislation is important to farmers and what is happening on the family farm.
Efficiency, innovation and employee engagement help mill win top honor.
Forester: We’re hoping The Lorax movie will remind people about how important forests are for everything from the oxygen we breathe to the foods wildlife eat. With luck, it’ll inspire parents to take their kids out to see the real thing.
You may have already bought your soybean seed, but double check to make sure you have what you need to fight diseases.
In Pennsylvania, changes in dairy cow numbers between 2007 and 2010 seem to be associated with the level of Marcellus drilling activity.