Thursday, July 9, 2020
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, farmers markets have had a sudden influx of new customers, many seeking stability in local food systems. While they are part of our history, many believe farmers markets are also part of our future.

Alan Guebert presents the facts and offers advice on changes that will help everyone survive 2020 for a hopeful, better 2021.

The Canfield Fair will be a junior fair only this year, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

A lot changed between when the Harrison County Fair book went to the printer, and when the fair’s 2020 shows began June 24. But from June 24-26, 4-H'ers still gathered to show and sell their market projects at the 2020 fair.

Tim McDermott, an educator with The Ohio State University CFAES, shares six tips for keeping your vegetable garden healthy and productive all summer.

Alan Guebert analyzes the current status of global trade in the wake of the havoc wreaked by the coronavirus.

Ohio fairs’ responses to new state guidelines and funding announced June 9 have varied across the board. Several fairs have reversed earlier decisions to cancel.  Others have stood by their initial decisions.

Vitamin D has seen increased sales as consumers look for ways to boost their immunity during the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out whether it can actually help.

Learn how to minimize the risks for those who operate farm tractors, trucks and other ag equipment when the same machine is being used by multiple workers.

The 2020 Keystone International Livestock Exposition, originally scheduled for Sept. 25-Oct. 4, has been canceled due to the risk of COVID-19.
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