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Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation appoints new leadership

Jenny Cox was named president; Amy McCormick was named first vice president; Nathan Brown was named 2nd vice president; and Chris Weaver will serve as the foundation’s treasurer.

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Applications open for 2023 ExploreAg STEM camps

Ohio Farm Bureau’s signature ag literacy and workforce development program, ExploreAg, will once again be offering free weeklong camps and one-day experiences for high school students in 2023.

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Apply now for 2023 Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation scholarships

Through 14 scholarship funds, nearly 50 awards will be made to deserving students. The deadline to apply online is March 31.

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Search for food science study pays off

In his online search for information related to a career in food science, Jayden Porter found Ohio Farm Bureau’s ExploreAg program.

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No time like the present for a gift

Nov. 29 is Giving Tuesday, a national day of philanthropy. Help support the next generation of Ohio farmers.

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$25,000 gift from The Kroger Company kicks off Giving Tuesday efforts

A $25,000 gift from The Kroger Co. serves as a match for the upcoming national day of philanthropy Nov. 29. 

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Foundation accepting proposals for 2022 Youth Pathways grant

Grant proposals are due by Nov. 4; all grant applicants must participate in a pre-submission pitch session Oct. 11.

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Cultivating a Cure raises $120,000

Cultivating a Cure supports cancer treatment and prevention research at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute.

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Farmers use Gift of Grain program to support Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation

A local farmer donated 90 bushels of soft winter wheat as a gift to the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation.

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Farming for good in the middle of the city

Jim Bruner, the self-proclaimed alpha predator of Mezzacello Urban Farms, has carefully planned and executed seven separate ecosystems on less than an acre of land in Olde Towne East.

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