Sunday, August 18, 2019
The Dirt on Conservation

The Dirt on Conservation

frog

You may not know this but Ohio does have a frog season. It's open from 6 p.m. June 8-April 30, 2019. Only bullfrogs and green frogs may be taken.

To prevent headaches or disputes, if you've got an abandoned road on your property, find out if the road was ever vacated and is no longer an official road.
fishing

Learn more about what fish species to stock your pond with and how to maintain the population thereafter.
science project

Beginning in fifth grade, all across Ohio, students are exposed to the scientific method through their experiences in their schools' science fairs.

Become a better steward of the land in 2015 (even if you don't own any land).

The American farmer is expected to feed, fuel, and clothe the world, take all the risk with no guarantee of receiving fair compensation for their hard work.

With its natural beauty and high water quality, Yellow Creek watershed is one of eastern Ohio’s best kept secrets. Encompassing 234 square miles, it...

The Ohio Buckeye Tree is a tree with an identity crisis. We found this out the last several months measuring trees for our Big Tree Contest for 2015.

This year, before jumping back into your usual lawn and garden practices, the soil and water conservation districts of Ohio urge you to do something different: Before reaching for that spade or sprayer, dare to try on something green.
home and garden

Planning for increased rainfall is guaranteed to reduce runoff, improve soil health and water quality, save money and add beneficial beauty to your yard.
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