Sunday, May 26, 2019
The Dirt on Conservation

The Dirt on Conservation

Highland was the first district organized; Coshocton was second, followed by Morrow, Clark, Butler, Noble, Columbiana, Guernsey, Monroe and Tuscarawas.
Fencing livestock out of streams

Small changes in our grazing systems can cause large changes, both from the conservation standpoint and on the public perception of our operations.

Balloons become pollution, and sometimes, deadly pollution.

I did not come up with the name for this column; The Dirt on Conservation. I don't know about you but I do NOT...

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.

2011 will certainly be remembered for a long time as one of the wettest on record. I can't cite any "official" data, but we've had at least 12 more inches of rain this year than our average.
Ohio farm silhouette

Let's take a second to appreciate the fact that Ohio has farms that have been in operation by the same family for over 200 years.

WOODSFIELD, Ohio -- Through the diligence of several hard-working individuals in a very short period of time, the Monroe County Community garden has become...

Some ongoing tips for successful cover crops.

Regardless of what those groundhogs had to say, spring arrives March 20.
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