You don’t want to see this type of green on Earth Day: harmful algae blooms that look like blue-green paint or scum floating on the water. Lake Erie isn’t the only body of water fighting the problem.
With multiple gas pipelines being planned, landowners should be prepared and develop a good lease agreement.
Getting enough fruits and vegetables daily can be a chore and for some, nearly impossible.
This week’s top stories include an announcement about Earth Day, sunlight requirements for growing vegetables, an update on a vegan tutor’s settlement with the school district he worked for, weather resources for farmers and tips for keeping wildlife out of your garden.
Used equipment can sometimes cost less, but not always. Especially down the road.
Pennsylvania officials reminded both motorists and farmers to be mindful of one another on the road during Rural Roads Safety Week across the state.
To make these DIY bath and beauty products, you need a few natural ingredients and little time.
In West Virginia, lawmakers are split over the forced pooling measure.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources issued 38 new permits for horizontal wells in March, a five-permit drop from February, but still more than the 32 issued in the state in January.
Dianne Shoemaker, statewide dairy specialist for OSU Extension, also owns a 150-head dairy farm in Mahoning County. She lives what she teaches and teaches what she lives.