Regular listeners know one of the signatures of Town Hall Ohio is its incorporation of music. Coming out of commercials we try to employ what we call bumpers – clips of songs that fit the theme of the week’s discussion….
This year’s inductees are F. Joe Darst of Gahanna , Mark Ferrell of Jamestown, John C. “Jack” Fisher of Columbus, Elizabeth Ann Mumaw of New Philadelphia, Nevin Smith of Marysville and John Spreng Jr. of Bucyrus.
Ohio Farm Bureau has agritourism signs available for sale to members to help comply with the new law.
“Preserving our agricultural heritage and keeping it strong–that’s something I enjoy talking about with our Farm Bureau members.” ~ Adam Sharp. Adam Sharp was recently hired to fill the shoes of the retired John C. “Jack” Fisher as executive vice…
Abby Snyder is a PhD student at at Cornell University. She grew up on a small farm in Ross County which produced cattle, chickens, corn and soybeans. Her current work focuses on food microbiology.
Of Ben Franklin’s many famous quotes, one most often cited is “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.” When it comes to our financial resources, few of us can afford to fail. Today, Kirt Walker of Nationwide…
Growers, wholesalers, retailers and others in the rapidly changing food system will benefit from the workshop “Supply Chain Dynamics: Making the connection from field to table,” sponsored by The Ohio Farm and Food Institute, the resource network and professional development program of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation.
Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation is awarding $1,500 college scholarships to 16 young Ohioans.
Ohio is a unique state. We have 11.5 million people, and for virtually every one of us, there’s a farm within a 20 or 30 minute drive. Both urban and rural Ohioans desire a strong local economy and a fulfilling quality of life.
Family fun and a connection to rural Ohio are just two of the many reasons for visitors to stop by the “Land and Living” exhibit at the Ohio State Fair, July 27 to Aug. 7.