PIKETON, Ohio — Specialty fruit and vegetable crop producers looking to gain a better understanding of how the use of high tunnels can boost on-farm profits have the opportunity to attend a joint Ohio State University Extension and Natural Resources Conservation Service workshop on the issue Feb. 8. The workshop will be held from 9 […]
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State’s preservation program will become increasingly local, with more local involvement and responsibility.
With his right arm scheduled to be removed, roughly 30 people turned out to help Dan Zinz prepare firewood to heat his family’s home.
The Walnut Twig Beetle, a carrier of a fungus that causes Thousand Cankers Disease, has made its way into Ohio.
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Land prices post significant increases again, and show no signs of reversing.
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Curtis R. Hallstrom and Susan M. Hallstrom, of Barnesville, have filed a $2.5 million lawsuit against the Oxford Oil Company in Zanesville, Ohio.
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