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The summer weather has succeeded in slowing the devastating spread of PED virus, but it has not been stopped.
CIRCLEVILLE, Ohio â€” Nestled among acres of rolling Pickaway County farmland, the newly christened Bartley Preserve stands out. The property, formerly owned by the List family, contains slopes and ridges created by glaciers, allowing rare and endangered plants to thrive in seasonal wetlands.
Plans for a pipeline to carry natural-gas liquids from Ohio to the Gulf Coast are progressing.
WOOSTER, Ohio â€” After enduring the coldest winter in 20 years, many grape and tree growers in Ohio and western Pennsylvania predicted their summer crop would be greatly diminished. Producers are finding plants that are black and dead, and some that are trying to survive, but will most likely still die.
â€œI think itâ€™s important for the folks to understand that thereâ€™s great profit opportunity and business opportunity in rural America. Weâ€™re about 75 percent of the land mass in the United States. The vast majority of America is located in rural areas. Itâ€™s where most of our food comes from, a lot of our water.