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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.

A judge ordered an Ashtabula County business owner to pay $200,000 for for illegally burning and mishandling oil field waste.

How do you help your industry when you don’t have millions of state dollars at your disposal? You get creative. That's what groups in Ohio are doing.

Throughout Ohio, you can find a variety of ancient fossils. Learn more about what types of fossils you can expect to find and where to look for them.

Natural gas and oil production jumped up again in the third quarter of 2019, according to figures released by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.

In the past 12 months, 262 farms have ceased milk production in Ohio, and despite better prices, there will likely be more farm exits.

If you know where to look, how to identify them and the perfect time to pick them, you’re well on your way to enjoying delicious pawpaw fruit this fall.

Learn more about the best time, strategy and locations to find arrowheads in Ohio.

Mill Creek MetroParks wants to extend its rails-to-trail bikeway and is using eminent domain to get the land it needs. Landowners are fighting back.

During the 91st Ohio FFA State Convention many awards were presented to FFA members throughout Ohio.