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One of the country’s major wool buyers is closing its doors later this year, citing the woeful state of the wool markets and rising costs.

It is now illegal to sell, grow, or plant Callery pear in Ohio because of its invasive qualities and likelihood to cause economic or environmental harm.

Soybean production hit a record high in Ohio last year, but corn production was down in the state, as well as across the nation, according to a USDA report.

The Ohio Power Siting Board denied Kingwood Solar’s application to construct a 175 megawatt solar farm in Greene County, citing overwhelming local opposition to the project.

The rock formations at Nelson-Kennedy Ledges State Park make up one of the only exposed outcrops in northern Ohio. Learn how to safely hike there in winter.

The 2022 survey of acorn abundance on selected Ohio wildlife areas shows an average of 39% of white oaks and 37% of red oaks bore fruit.

Wildlife officers in Ohio concluded an investigation into illegal dumping activities that resulted in 30 individuals being issued a total of 40 summonses.

Growing a giant pumpkin is not for the faint of heart.

The Whiteleather family lost three barns and dozens of calves to a July 15 fire, but they are carrying on farming, with the help of hundreds of friends and neighbors.

Despite rapid increase in demand for broadband in the U.S. over the last few years, about 1.4 million Ohioans still lack access to reliable high-speed internet, according to a recent policy brief by Ohio State University’s C. William Swank Program in Rural-Urban Policy.