Sunday, September 24, 2023

Yearly Archives: 2022


Russia, Ukraine, inflation, bird flu... It was a heck of a year. We're looking back and looking ahead to what's next in agriculture.
Cathann Kress

Ohio State's Leadership Center graduated its first cohort of the AgOne program, a new, year-long program for agricultural industry board members. 
a person sits at a computer, holding a phone in one hand, with glasses on the desk next to her.

These maps will determine where billions in federal funding are sent to help bridge the rural broadband access gap.
Waterford FFA

Catch up on local FFA news from Ohio FFA Foundation, Waterford FFA, Wellington FFA, Loudonville FFA and Celina FFA.
winter sunrise

It is the harshness of winter that makes Julie Geiss appreciate the long days of summer. Now that we're past winter solstice, longer days are coming.
Recycling Christmas trees

Consider repurposing your tree to improve fish habitat. When Christmas trees are sunken into water bodies, they increase the complexity of the habitat.
Deer venison

The ODNR Division of Wildlife contributed $25,000 in a grant to Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry to support local food banks with donated venison. 
pink baby booties

Eliza Blue recalls the morning her daughter was born, considering her to be the best Christmas present her family could ever wish for.
large mirror

Kym Seabolt's thrifting got the best of her — and Mr. Wonderful — again. This time she came home with an eight-foot-tall pier mirror.

Use this time of year to reflect on the past year and develop a resolution for the coming year.