COLUMBUS, Ohio (HwO) – Safe drinking water is Ohioans’ No. 1 environmental priority, according to a survey sponsored by Healthy Water Ohio (HwO). Water quality outweighs all other environmental concerns including air quality, waste disposal, quantity of water supplies, land use and coping with weather extremes. The survey of 1,000 Ohio voters aimed to identify the issues citizens care about rela...
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Cuyahoga County Farm Bureau Young Agricultural Professionals ages 18 to 35 are invited to attend the Ohio Farm Bureau Young Ag Professionals Experience January 30-31, 2015. Sixteen workshops to choose from and entertainment by YouTube sensations, the Peterson Farm Brothers. Conference details are in the brochure provided. Farm Bureau member cost per person is $25; the balance will be paid by the ...
Join in a farm visit to learn first-hand about Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) Certification What: If you are interested in having your farm GAP Certified, come to see a farm near the end of the process and learn what is required. Heritage Lane Farm owned by Kevin and Sarah Swope, producers of specialty crops, flowers, and bison is getting ready for a third party audit. Our visit will consist of...
What is this time of the year all about? It is called HARVEST! This is the time of the year when area farmers hope to get those fields of soybeans and corn out of the fields and into their bins or off to the local elevator. In turn these crops will be turned into food for our dinner tables. Once again it is a tough harvest for area growers. Too much rain and cool weather has made it difficu...
Elections for the Cuyahoga County Board were held at the annual dinner meeting Sept. 23, 2014. Thomas Kaskey of Olmsted Falls, Tom Washtock of Berea, Jeremy Peth of Strongsville, Ashley Rassi of Brooklyn Heights and Gerald Wilson of Cleveland were elected to serve a three-year term. The county Farm Bureau Board of Trustees is the only legally constituted body that represents the entire county mem...
Join us for another great ride with the Cleveland Mounted Police Unit in downtown Cleveland on September 27, 2014. It's a BYOH (bring your own horse) event; unfortunately we will not have horse-drawn wagons to accomodate additional riders this year..... however..... Lolly the Trolley will be joining us .... seating available until filled. Photo opps, food, music and of course, lots of horses, will...
The Cuyahoga County Farm Bureau provides funding to teachers and schools during the school year for ag-related activities (an AgVenture might be a farm visit to your school, a classroom(s) visit to a local farm, or an ag-related classroom/school activity). Funds are limited with a maximum allowance per school, per school year. Funds are available to schools / students in Cuyahoga County only. Al...
Join us as we travel to London, Ohio for the Farm Science Review (FSR) on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 by charter bus. Advance reservations are required. Cost is $20 for Farm Bureau members and $30 dollars for non-members, includes bus ride and admission into FSR. Details and registration form are provided on information sheet attached....
The Cuyahoga Farm Bureau Annual Meeting will be held in conjunction with the Cuyahoga Soil and Water Annual Meeting onTuesday, September 23, 2014at the Cuyahoga Valley Career Center (CVCC) in Brecksville. Join us as we share this past year's achievements, recognize our scholarship recipients, review policy for the coming year, discuss proposed code changes and hold County Farm Bureau board elect...
Learn how to grow and market hops with OSU Extension Cuyahoga agent Jacqueline Kowalski at the Extension office located at 5320 Stanard Avenue in Cleveland on Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014 from 6 pm to 9 pm. Contact Jacqueline Kowalski at 216-429-8200 ext. 217 to register. Registration deadline: Aug. 8, 2014. See flyer for additional program details. ...
Organization Director:Anita Cook
Mailing Address:8460 Ridge Road
North Royalton, OH 44133
Office Hours:Monday - Friday 9 am to 4 pm
Dues:$70 per year for a family membership
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