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Judith Sutherland's grandfather, R.H. Young, was a gifted a water witcher, or dowser.

While interest in leasing for solar development has ballooned recently in Pennsylvania, the industry is young, and landowners need to be cautious about getting involved.

What factors indicate a healthy creek? Learn how to determine whether or not your creek is healthy, so you can respond to indications of impairment sooner.

Ohio isn't known for its sunny skies, but farmers across the state have been contacted by solar energy developers about leasing land for solar projects.

It's really important to know that work in and around streams is regulated, even on your own private property.

Flooding and heavy rains can damage foundations, private water wells and septic systems. Learn how to properly evaluate and respond to water damage.

Many people are interested in protecting their farmland, forestland or some mix in-between. Here are some steps to consider land easements.

Buyer beware, also known as the doctrine of caveat emptor, means if you intend to buy property, you bear the responsibility for finding out about it.

Do you have an oil and gas lease with Chesapeake? Should you give consent to new leaseholder? Find out what's in your best interest moving forward.

The Ashtabula County Extension office will offer the 2018 Northeast Ohio Small Farm Workshop Jan. 20.