Tuesday, November 28, 2023
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Ohio farmer Steve Reinhard participated in the White House Easter egg-rolling race across the lawn.

Julie Geiss decided to head north into Ashtabula County to visit Harpersfield Covered Bridge and Geneva on the Lake.

Runzo is the president of the National Reining Horse Youth Association, and in her position as president, she advocates for not only for her association but for the equine industry as well. The National Reining Horse Association started in Ohio with Dale Wilkinson.

Thomas Doorley (Auglaize County) and Steven Iddings (Miami County) are the second and third Ohio farmers to join the Farmland Preservation Program in 2023.

As education is transitioning out of old vocational schools into competitive advanced career-focused programs, options for students are increasing, waiting lists are common and the competitive nature of the programs are surging.

The future of Ohio oil and gas may not lie in exploration and production. It might lie in decarbonization efforts. 

Hanley's Sugar Camp in Geauga County, Ohio opened its doors to visitors last weekend to visitors to share their love of maple syrup production.

Ohio lost nearly half a million acres of farmland last year, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Agricultural Statistics Service.

It bothers Marcia Ruff when a woman says she’s just a farm wife, because she believes there are many opportunities for women in agriculture.

Most of the attention from federal officials, lawmakers and media has focused on East Palestine. People that live in rural Darlington Township, the town just over the state line feel like they’ve been forgotten in the shuffle.