Participants at the Trash Garden workshop, held at the County Fairgrounds, completed a mini-garden using re-purposed drink cups and water bottles after getting tips on what and how to plant from OSU Extension Cuyahoga Master Gardeners Gail Holzman and Ellen Comeau. It was evident from the display of items on hand, that many things we just toss in the trash can be recylced or re-purposed; the only ...
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While visiting the Vineyard of Chateau Hough at E. 66 and Hough Ave in Cleveland, it was apparent that Mansfield Frazier, an inventive and dedicated entrepreneur has several goals he has set for himself and his neighborhood. His ultimate goal to build an inner-city winery started in May of 2010 with the preparation of turning a three-quarter acre inner-city corner into a vineyard of 294 vines, s...
Cuyahoga & Lorain County Farm Bureaus want you to join us for a Scenic Train Ride on the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad as we travel to Hale Farm and Village on Saturday, July 14, 2012.Leaving the Rockside Train Station in Independence (7900 Old Rockside Rd. Independence, 44131) at 9 a.m., travel by train to Hale Farm and Village. While on board the train you can immerse yourself in the stor...
Have you ever experienced a working dairy farm? A short trip to Claridon, near Burton, may prove to be more exciting than any amusement park or waterpark you might visit this summer. The whole family will enjoy experiencing this modern, working dairy farm. Visitors can watch the cows being milked, pet the calves, take a hayride, and learn how milk is produced on this scenic farm. Check out the li...
Love great wine and Farm Bureau? Here is your opportunity to get two for the price of one. Simply join the Farm Bureau in Lorain, Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake or Trumbull counties between now and June 30 and be entered in a drawing to win one of 10 pairs of tickets to Vintage Ohio Wine Festival Aug. 3-4 in Lake County. Only new Farm Bureau members are eligible. For more information, contac...
DUE TO UNFORTUNATE CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL, THE JULY 7 HORSE SHOW TO BENEFIT THE CLEVELAND MOUNTED POLICE UNIT HAS BEEN POSTPONED. Watch for details on where and when it is rescheduled. Donations to the CMPU are welcome. It's exciting that the Cleveland Mounted Police Unit is reactivated and rebuilding their stable of horses, but the...
National Dairy Month starts today. Think of all the great products that you enjoy that are made from milk. During these warm summery days, most of us look forward to a creamy, cold ice cream cone. Cooking burgers on the grill wouldn't cheeseburgers without the cheese, and butter on your morning toasted bread or spread on sweet corn for dinner is delicious. And don't forget about yogurt or cottage...
Reduce, reuse, recycle... that's the goal for the Trash Gardening workshop to be held at the County Fairgrounds June 21. Presented by OSU Extension Master Gardeners Gail Holzman and Ellen Comeau, the workshop will provide ideas on how to repurpose those items laying around in your garage or attic as creative planters for your yard-scape. The Cuyahoga Solid Waste District and the Cuyahoga Farm Bu...
Sixty-six third graders from Dentzler Elementary School in Parma visited Stearns Homestead, a historic farm in Parma, to learn about Ohio agriculture, particularly growing carrots in Northwest Ohio, and how that carrot farm operation impacts businesses and consumers across the mid-west. "Thank you for an excellent field trip today. My class thoroughly enjoyed Stearns Homestead while learning val...
The Cleveland Mounted Police Unit has been re-activated and is gearing up for a busy summer. Newly appointed to the unit just seven weeks ago, Sgt. Mike Medwid indicated, “the goal is to have 10 to 12 horses on patrol. A percheron will be added to stable next week.” Training the horses and officers as riders is managed by Sgt. Abe Cortes, who has been with the unit for 14 years. “We currently...
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