Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Pine needles.

Before the snow starts to fly, take time to plant some native evergreens that will benefit local wildlife and keep your interest this winter.
Pawpaw

Here are eight native Ohio fruits to keep an eye out for this fall. Learn how to find and identify them to enjoy some of Ohio’s most delicious wild treats.
bee on clover

If a bee garden isn’t for you, a bee lawn might be a better fit. They promote biodiversity, require less maintenance and can be more cost efficient.
spring blossom

Prep your garden for spring planting as soon as the snow has melted and the ground surface is exposed.
pickled cucumbers

Learn to properly pickle cucumbers to ensure safe preservation and optimum taste.
carrots and cabbage in garden

There are countless diseases and problems that can affect your plants at all growing stages.
Spotted Lanternfly

Learn to implement management strategies to stop the spread of the spotted lanternfly before it impacts agricultural industries in a bigger way.

Enjoy one of North America’s most iconic and beautiful insects. Learn how to find and take care of Monarch butterfly caterpillars.
Black-eyed Susans

If planted properly, wildflower gardens can positively impact a local ecosystem. Learn how to select and plant native Pennsylvania wildflowers.
Deer on trail.

Those hunting in or near areas where chronic wasting disease has been confirmed should take precautions this deer season.