Sunday, July 24, 2016
Yale study CJ Gerber

A Yale University research team will be stationed in Barnesville, Ohio, as they study the effects of fracturing fluids and waste on residential water and air quality.
Field Notes 6.23.16video

In this week's episode of Field Notes, we visit the Eli Yoder family's Blossom Acres Farm in Coshocton County, Ohio. The Yoders sell their produce to big city consumers in and around Columbus. Plus, the latest Utica and Marcellus shale update is out.
Blossom Acres Produce

Community supported agriculture, or CSA, has helped this Coshocton County grower reach the big market.
pipeline installation

The acquisition will make Columbia an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary of TransCanada.
Manure expo

The North American Manure Expo is coming to Ohio, and will share the latest science on nutrient management.
kids in barn

Farm children start working on the farm from a young age, but making sure they are taking on farm tasks they can handle can help prevent farm accidents.
2016 Harrison Grand Steer

The 2016 Harrison County Fair market livestock sale was held July 8. The sale totaled $356,394.70 with a total of 478 animals crossing through the ring.
Nick Thomas and his bike

Calling themselves the "Runaway Interns," Nick Thomas and his friend biked cross-country to raise funds for an illness his sister has.
Holstein dairy cattle grazing

Summertime tends to be peak time for fungus-related problems from fescue grass.
Fishing on Lake Erie

Experts predict a smaller algae bloom on Lake Erie this year, but say nutrient loading still needs reduced.
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