Monday, April 12, 2021
The Dirt on Conservation

The Dirt on Conservation

Lake Erie algae bloom

Some pollutants have a local impact immediately and others accumulate and have greater impacts downstream, in lakes, or eventually the ocean.
soil evaluation

A soil evaluation takes into consideration soil type, limitations, slope and depth to the perched seasonal water table to determine the best septic system.
ohio stream

When making decisions on using or modifying their streams, stream owners may wish to consider the Laws of Ecology.
compost

Ongoing soil degradation requires action. Many farmers are already making efforts to improve soil health, but everyone needs to be part of the solution.
hoverfly

Although many things were put on the back burner in 2020, — conservation was not.
conifer

Now is the time to prepare for adding new trees to your landscape this spring. Learn how to choose the right variety for you and get it off to a good start.
mud

A couple of ways to improve the condition and make winter feeding more endurable is to consider a heavy use area and access roads.
christmas tree

After live Christmas trees have served their purpose, we can give them new life and purpose by utilizing them in other ways.
sprouts

Crop modeling allows producers to focus on the right time and rate of nutrient applications while looking at the return and keeping nutrients in the field.
winter fish kills

Learn more about a couple of pond management techniques that could help you avoid winter kill in your pond.