Sunday, April 5, 2020
journal

Mike Tontimonia remembers Paul Liikala, a fellow outdoor writer and good friend, after seeing his name in an old log book from a fishing trip in 1987.
sunset on a tractor

Judith Sutherland recalls the many reasons why friendship with Bill Cameron was a special thing.
Spotted Knapweed

Familiarize yourself with this invasive weed so that you can become part of the solution to stop the spread of spotted knapweed.
delayed planting, corn,

Marlin Clark offers insight on the latest data released in the USDA Projected Planting Report and the March 1 Grain Stocks Report are released. 
Houdini

In the midst of the new coronavirus craziness, Rebecca Miller had to say goodbye to a working partner she never knew she needed.
forest

The function and health of a forest are important from an ethical standpoint, but also in reaching a landowner's goals for their property.
bluegill

Mike Tontimonia rates the most popular fish species found in catchable numbers throughout northeast Ohio.
corn field

Judith Sutherland remembers her dear friend Bill Cameron and his joyful spirit and unforgettable character in the days following his death.
boat

As life ebbed and flowed, Alan Guebert's father rode it back and forth without fear or favor, remembering each day is a gift from God.
relaxing on the couch

As she looks for things to do during the 2020 COVID-19 quarantine, Kymberly Foster Seabolt ponders things we could all learn from this moment in history.