This week’s top stories include a list of wild foods to forage this summer, a lawsuit involving landowners and the state of Ohio, a lawsuit involving landowners, the EPA and Army Corps of Engineers and more.
Food dehydration is often overlooked as a method of food preservation, but it’s a super space saver and and keeps foods safe from spoilage and pests.
Contracted workers were underage and brought to U.S. under false promises.
The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled on one case dealing with the Ohio Dormant Minerals Act and has heard the arguments on another. The questions remains: Which Ohio Dormant Minerals Act applies?
USDA: Planted acreage is same as last year (but a lot has changed since that early June survey).
Ohio has seen its fair share of rain so far this summer. A rain barrel is one way to recycle rain for multiple uses around your home.
The Pennsylvania Brown Swiss Association hosted the national convention, June 24-27.
Thirteen states filed a lawsuit June 29 against the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers over the agencies’ rule defining “waters of the United States.”
Group of European wheat buyers visits OARDC, tours research on new varieties.
A group of Ohio landowners is claiming more than $1 billion from illegal CAUV taxation.