I don’t eat at Chipotle because of its anti-GMO marketing ploy, but I’d love to sit around the table with people who do. Food tends to be a uniting force.
Ohio dairymen will host the national Guernsey breeders’ convention in June, with activities centered in Holmes County’s Amish country.
The project provides a mechanism to restore oak-hickory woodlands across both public and private land.
Gardeners will be out in the garden, working the dirt, tending to early sprouts of plants and watching the beginnings of a colorful plot of fruits, vegetables and flowers.
Whether you’re dealing with a one-time injury or chronic aches and pains, a few simple guidelines will help you know whether it’s best to bag some ice or get the trusty heating pad.
This week’s top stories include tips on companion planting, managing spring and summer pastures, interpreting what weeds say about garden soil and the latest market update.
2015 is the 60th anniversary of the National Association of Conservation Districts’ Soil and Water Stewardship Week.
Speakers at the 2015 Ohio FFA Convention luncheon April 30 agreed: Being an agricultural educator applies not only to actual teachers, but all FFA members.
Essential oils contain all the organic compounds, elements and constituents from the plant which they are derived. Their powerful properties have been used in natural health and healing for centuries.
“The whole world’s a stage,” and Ohio FFA members are encouraged to do more than just play a part.