Friday, April 20, 2018
The Dirt on Conservation

The Dirt on Conservation


Powerful little buggers: Merely by force of their day-to-day existence, earthworms alter and enhance the chemical, physical, and biological makeup of the soil.

How do you truly determine if a species is invasive or not? Many would be surprised at how many species found in Ohio today are not actually native. So are they invasive or what?
Beef cattle grazing

Pasture programs that are well managed can be the most economical way to ensure forages for your herd.
water faucet

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

Last year is now in the rear-view mirror, and most producers are not sorry to see it go.
snow on fence

If you're heating your home or shop with fuel oil, remember to do so safely.
Flooded soybean field

The warm fall and winter is affecting us all.
Christmas tree

Your old Christmas tree can make great fish and wildlife habitat.
Envirothon students testing water

The Envirothon is a hands-on outdoor environmental competition that tests the natural resources knowledge of high school students.
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!
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