Tuesday, April 24, 2018
The Dirt on Conservation

The Dirt on Conservation

soil in hands

Any time I am outdoors, whether it be hunting in the woods, fishing off a bank or working that garden, I feel an improvement in my mood and my tenacity, because I smelt and felt the dirt!
raindrops on puddles

Less than 1 percent of all the water on earth is water that we can actually use.
Autumn-olive invasive species

Invasive plant species are a bigger threat than people realize. Here's what you need to know.
banded wood duck

Ever wonder where migrating birds end up after we last see them? Just how far can these things travel?
wheatfield closeup

Now that we are moving into fall harvest it's time to make the decision of which fields will get winter wheat planted.
soil in hands

This autumn, take time to notice the life around you.

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.

As corn and soybeans are coming off of fields, many farmers are making plans to get cover crops onto these fields in the coming weeks.

Local leaders are key to the success of the Soil and Water Conservation District.

For soil and water conservation districts, the county fair is an opportunity to deal with folks on a one-to-one basis in a very relaxed atmosphere. (And, boy! Do we get questions!)
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