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Reimagine Appalachia and the Empowerment Alliance have very different ideas for how to revitalize the region using its natural resources.

The 7th annual Ohio Hopyard Open House will feature 10 hopyards located across the state this year.

We take a look at how two farmers raise beef cattle, making very difference decisions, using different resources, to create the same end product.

Thousands of people found themselves unemployed, suddenly, after COVID-19 measures forced businesses to close. That’s put a massive strain on food banks.

In response to criticism of an ODNR proposal to change coyote trapping and hunting rules, Rep. Don Jones introduced a new coyote bill in the Ohio House. The new bill would specify that there are no limitation on seasons for hunting or trapping and no permits required to take coyotes.

A coalition of Ohio Agriculture groups reminded Gov. Mike DeWine of the importance of farming as his administration respond to the COVID-19 outbreak.

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture put out guidance for how agricultural businesses can stay open while slowing the spread of COVID-19.

The coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. prompted a number of activities, events and programs to be suspended or canceled in Ohio and Pennsylvania.

Everything sold in Ohio City Provisions comes from within the state’s borders. The all-local butcher and grocer is the first of its kind in Cleveland.

In response to outspoken criticism from hunters and farmers, the Ohio Department of Natural Resource postponed a proposal to change coyote trapping and hunting rules, Feb. 18. The proposal would have required coyote hunters and trappers to get fur taker permits, and would have limited the season for trapping coyotes. It is no longer under consideration for the current round of changes, but could be considered again as soon as this summer, according to ODNR.