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The local food movement has been one of the fastest growing segments of the business, as consumers seek to know more about where, how and by whom their food is grown
Andrew Dunham, who is the fifth generation of his family to farm this land, says what little edible material accumulates that doesnâ€™t get off the farm, is put back into the soil as part of a compost pile.
The buzz word has been making its rounds through the agriculture industry for quite some time now, taking on new meanings and interpretations by the day. According to a recent global study, consumers and farmers donâ€™t quite see eye to eye when it comes to their take on the definition regarding agricultural practices
Modeled after quick-reference subject-area cards found in bookstores, the single-page, front and back laminated cards feature questions, answers and suggested strategies for meaningful discussion.
GENEVA â€” U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown met with local wine grape growers on Tuesday to assess the devastating effects of winterâ€™s polar vortex on the region.
The entire wine grape crop was destroyed in Ashtabula, Lake and Geauga counties. There was no yield at all this year for the areaâ€™s wine industry. Losses of millions of dollars are predicted.