Thursday, March 21, 2019
The Dirt on Conservation

The Dirt on Conservation

Everyone likes a success story, and when Maggie Corder from Jefferson SWCD wrote a couple of weeks ago about the things that were done...
black walnut tree

Catch up on forestry news in the Midwest, learn how to plant walnut seeds and find out where you can purchase tree seedlings to plant this spring.

What is with this rain? I have never seen this kind of rain before. We are getting 100-year rain events every year — how...

As 2011 ends and we look ahead at what might be the big issue for agriculture in 2012, I think the big issue will be on farm nutrient management.

A funny, but prompting, story. My parents only live two houses away from me and my Dad puts out the most beautiful vegetable garden...

Soil and Water Conservation Districts (SWCD) can offer more than just technical assistance to the public. Many of Ohio's Soil and Water Conservation Districts...

On June 17, the Muskingum River Watershed joint board of Soil and Water Conservation Districts met for the first time. The formation of the...
water faucet

Working together, we can use our water resources wisely to make sure future generations have an adequate water supply.

If there’s one thing that most Farm and Dairy readers have learned in the past couple of years, it’s that when you deal with...

The word "lasagna" brings mouth-watering thoughts of baked pasta noodles layered in tomato sauce, fresh garlic, meat, and melted cheese. But in the world of gardening and composting, "lasagna gardening" is far from tasty. It gets its name from the layers created on Mother Nature's giant sheet pan.
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