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Barb Mudrak shares information about the things to see and learn at Beech Creek Botanical Garden and Nature Preserve in Stark County's Washington Township.

With the COVID-19 pandemic still in progress, schools are planning both in-person and remote options for learning this year. For those in areas with less internet access, remote learning presents particular challenges.

Judith Sutherland reflects on how school shootings and active shooter drills have changed the comfortable atmosphere she recalls from her youth at school.

For more than 20 years, Ag Encounter has been teaching Lawrence County fourth-graders about food and fiber from the people who know it best.

The Throlson American Bison Foundation will award scholarships to college junior, senior or graduate students studying fields related to the bison industry.

A reader shares his thoughts on the no snow days bill in Pennsylvania and argues it's more important than ever to bring internet equity to all students.

Foodpreneur School, set to take place Sept. 23 and 30, will prepare entrepreneurs to grow their farm's reach, and increase sales and profits.

Judith Sutherland remembers her fourth-grade teacher, Mr. Zimmerman, whose positive influence has accompanied her throughout her life.

Six young participants came accompanied by a parent and left having learned a new kitchen skill and how to prepare a simple recipe.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland's farm program has become one of the first to purchase a sustainable potting soil that would otherwise be wasted.
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