Sunday, July 21, 2019
The Dirt on Conservation

The Dirt on Conservation

milking

Building a new parlor, whether it is a traditional or robotic system, can be an exciting, but stressful. Learn how to limit the headaches and stay flexible.
cardinal

Jim Dieter settles into his new role as district manager of the Medina Soil and Water Conservation District and lists the happenings in Medina County.
Fencing livestock out of streams

Rather than working against the nature of the stream, we can work with it. Options abound for ways to repair or protect the stream.
Lake Erie algae bloom

Landowners and producers, along with their soil and water conservation districts, should all stay engaged in improving Western Lake Erie Basin watersheds.
seedlings

Jessie Radcliff is excited for the future of agriculture, of soil conservation, and her part in the task of change and progress.
produce at farmers market

Support local farmers and food processors, your community, and Ohio's livelihood by purchasing local or Ohio products.
monarch butterflies feeding on milkweed

There are areas that we should just let nature be what it is, and allow the “weeds” to help our pollinators, birds and wildlife thrive.
house finch

The house finch is a small songbird about the size of the house sparrow with a large beak, short wings, and a long, notched tail.
septic health

If properly designed, constructed and maintained, your septic system can provide long-term, effective treatment of household wastewater.
Riparian zone near a stream

Riparian zones serve many purposes along streams and rivers to support a biodiversity ecosystem. They are also important to water quality
Get 4 Weeks of Farm and Dairy Home Delivered Sign Up for your FREE Trial
Hello. Add your message here.