Lorain County Farm Bureau has been working with the Lorain County auditor’s office for several years on CAUV issues.Read More
Tuscarawas County and Harrison County Soil & Water Conservation Districts are partnering to bring landowners a series of Forestry Workshops in 2022.
Tree ID will be held April 26 at 10 a.m. at the Buckeye Career Center in New Philadelphia. The Buckeye Career Center students will help lead a session on property identifying tree species.
Portable Sawmill will be held May 13 at 10 a.m. at Buckeye Career Center. Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Forestry will be participating in this session as well as Miller’s Custom Sawing. Participants will see a portable sawmill demonstration and learn about Call Before You Cut and Forestry Management Plans.
To register for either program, contact Tuscarawas County Soil & Water 330-339-7976 or Harrison County Soil & Water 740-942-8837.
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More than 500 Farm Bureau members took part in the 2023 winter conference, where they enjoyed networking, expert sessions and inspiring messages.Read More
Current members are looking for residents who would like to renew their Farm Bureau membership or those who are interested in becoming a member for the first time.Read More