Monday, January 18, 2021

Yearly Archives: 2021

crooked bridge

We will keep our eyes on the big picture. We will seek to engage with what’s going on. Hopefully, in doing so, we will continue to build bridges to people.

Ohio's white-tailed deer hunters completed the 2021 muzzleloader season with 9,708 deer checked from Jan. 2 to Jan. 5.
graduation cap

This scholarship is open to Ohio residents with preference given to qualified applicants from Trumbull, Mahoning and Columbiana Counties in Ohio.
corn kernels and dollar bills

The GROWMARK Foundation is once again offering a $1,500 scholarship for students pursuing degrees or trade school certification in an ag-related field.
A close up view of the top of a harvested hemp plant.

Ohio farmers got their first shot at growing hemp in 2020, after the crop spent decades as a controlled substance. But the new crop didn’t come without strings attached, or without challenges.
census banner

While 2021 is not 2009, it's easy to see how some Americans — and, in fact, many farmers and ranchers — might get confused.

The open water below flood control dams offers a good chance to catch saugeye, especially if a rain increases flow and adds a little color to the water.
Ohio State Extension site

Make a resolution to use Ohio State University Extension resources to help you be successful in 2021 and beyond.

A couple of ways to improve the condition and make winter feeding more endurable is to consider a heavy use area and access roads.

Julie Geiss reminds us, like many other things in life, moderation is the key when partaking in winter nourishment via snow and icicles.