Ohio laws address a variety of issues including overhanging tree limbs and trimming neighbor’s trees. The best practice is to work cooperatively with neighbors to address concerns you may have about the trees on or near your property lines.Read More
Treanna Lavy is the new program assistant for the Champaign, Clark, Darke and Miami County Farm Bureaus. Lavy recently graduated from Wilmington College with a degree in agricultural communications with a minor in business administration. Since graduation, she is back with her family’s show pig operation T.Lavy Show Pigs while beginning her career with Farm Bureau.
Lavy grew up on her family’s grain and livestock farm in Miami County and is the daughter of Lonnie and Tiffany Lavy. She was very involved in FFA throughout her high school career at Newton High School, earning her American Degree and competing in various Career Development Events as well. Lavy was also very active in 4-H, showing pigs for over 10 years at the county, state and national levels. She attributes these experiences to helping her find her passion in agriculture. Lavy said is excited to meet and begin working with the local farmers and community members!
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ODA, Farm Bureau and the Demo Farms are partnering to assess the agronomic and economic impacts of H2Ohio Best Management Practices.Read More
Farmers have until June 17 to comment on the proposed rule change.Read More
A team exploring wastewater solutions came out on top during the finals of the 2022 Ohio Youth Capital Challenge recently held at the Ohio Department of Agriculture in Reynoldsburg.Read More
Carlie Cluxton, Jake Zajkowski and Raegan Feldner will be blogging about their intern experience as they plan the Land and Living exhibit at the 2022 Ohio State Fair.Read More
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Nonprofit aims to end the suﬀering, silence and stigma around mental illness in rural America.Read More