Saturday, April 21, 2018
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Ohio Proud is a marketing program created by the Ohio State Department of Agriculture to promote locally grown, raised and processed foods.
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Farmers can give lawmakers keen insights to improve farm economic conditions, strengthen markets and create opportunities in rural America.
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Learn more about nine problematic areas that cause many local food businesses to fail.
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Many farmers want to sell to restaurants, grocers or schools, but don’t know how. MarketReady™ helps them market effectively from production to payment.
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Attend Local Meat and the Cooperative Business Model workshop, Thursday, at 11 a.m. at the Small Farm Center, at the Farm Science Review.

Young farmers’ desire to farm is value-driven. They want to feed our families high-quality food and aim to produce the same for consumers.

The fair connects family, friends and community, offering food, education, entertainment, livestock shows and a chance to get to know local businesses.

Online farmers markets showcase fresh food from multiple farms within a defined geographic region, such as a single county or tri-county area.

Gatherers can find wild blackberries in Ohio’s woodlands, along the borders of farm fields, and on overgrown fencerows.

Shoppers only have access to a few types of peppers at the grocery store, but hundreds are available for gardeners to grow in the home garden.
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