Thursday, July 28, 2016
The Dirt on Conservation

The Dirt on Conservation

Harrison County SWCD garden

The Harrison Soil and Water Conservation District's community garden has served as a model to educate people about backyard gardening.
Wetlands in the Maumee Bay

The toxic algae bloom in the Ohio River late last summer didn't get as much attention as Lake Erie and the Maumee River watershed had, but it could still change the way producers manage nutrients on their farms in the future.
fishing rod

Remember to live your life to the fullest, and appreciate each day.
Vinton County, Ohio forest

The sun is shining, birds are chirping, and spring is in the air. Farmers are getting in the fields, flowers are in bloom and...
spring peeper

In the spring, small amphibians like frogs, toads and salamanders migrate to vernal pools to breed.
Rural stream

A healthy, forested riparian zone serves many purposes in the ecosystem, links a stream to its watershed and gives the stream access to its floodplain.
Cover crops field

With strong results, the cover cover crop program continues to grow.
Lake Erie secchi disk

Watershed workshop is a promising opportunity for educators.
tillage

When it comes to comfort zones and agriculture, many farmers and landowners have been in the same routine for most of their lives.
frost seeding

As it applies to no-till and soil conservation, frost seeding can be an effective, economical and environmentally sound method of improving forage in pastures and hay fields.
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