SoilEvents

Water Wednesday: Manure and soil health events

Once a month, Ohio Farm Bureau will highlight a water quality project from around the state on #WaterWednesday. Check in throughout the day or follow us on Instagram, @OhioFarmBureau.

Erie and Huron County Farm Bureaus joined forces on a 2016 OFBF Water Quality Grant project to host manure and soil health events and also kick-start a volunteer stream monitoring program. They teamed up with the Friends of Old Woman Creek, Erie Soil & Water Conservation District and Huron Soil & Water Conservation District to provide educational opportunities for local farmers to learn more about managing their on-farm resources. — Manure and soil health events are today’s highlight on #WaterWednesday. — #ohio #farm #farmer #farmlife #farm365 #ag #agriculture #ohiofarm #ohiofarmer #ohioag #ohioagriculture #ohiofarmlife #ohiofarm365 #ohiogram #ohioexplored #ourohio #water #WOTUS #ohiowater #ohiosoil #soil #manure

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Jordan Hoewischer is Ohio Farm Bureau's director of water quality and research.