Rescuing food for Aliquippa
Brenda Jean Dudek struggles to make ends meet as a home health care specialist. Every day, she stops at the House of Prayer (HOP) Lutheran Church in Aliquippa to pick up pantry staples. The church is part of a bigger food distribution network called 412 Food Rescue, which is based in Pittsburgh.
FFA project turned business: It’s for the squirrels
Matthew Ruff from Circleville, Ohio, develops corn business that's for the squirrels. It began as an FFA supervised agricultural experience and has grown into a robust online business.
Farming without a farm
Jacob and Naomi Shepler dream of owning their own farm, but for now, renting six acres in their hometown of Ohioville, Pennsylvania, will have to do. See how they make it work.
The perfect tree
It is that time of year when families head to the local tree farm, walk up and down the rows to find the perfect tree.With a short selling season many Christmas tree farms may find it hard to stay in business.
First generation conservationist
Richard Berg is committed to protecting and conserving his 132-acre Certified Tree Farm in Negley, Ohio. Columbiana SWCD honored him as 2016 Cooperator of the Year.
Family tradition, trees and rescue
Community rescue and Christmas trees top the priority list in the Ernie Rodgers family, New Castle, Pennsylvania. Serving as a volunteer firefighter for 43 years, this rural role brings the community a sense of security.
From serving to farming
Garret and Natalie Love, Linesville, Pa., returned to the farm after service in the Ohio Air National Guard. They now manage a herd of 70 black Angus.
Columbiana County landmark is coming down
Columbiana County landmark for nearly 150 years, the Zarnosky barn, is coming down. The barn is being professionally disassembled.
[Video]: Keeping tabs on the local harvest
Eric Baltputnis at Thompson Farms in Salineville, Ohio, works with his uncles to harvest soybeans. Nationally, 73 percent of soybeans are harvested.
The market knows no border
SALEM, Ohio — One-third of U.S. products are destined for export, according to Chris Henney, president and CEO of Ohio Agribusiness Association, and with...