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Seeking County Office Administrator

Dependable candidate desired to provide office administrative services for a multicounty Farm Bureau office and two organization directors. 

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SWCD hosts upcoming Forestry Workshops

Tree ID will be held April 26 and Portable Sawmill will be held May 13.

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Licking County offers sponsorships

New for 2022, Licking County Farm Bureau is offering sponsorship packages for local businesses to consider when partnering with the organization.

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Licking County February Board Meeting

Organization Director Kayla Jones provides a recap of action taken during the February board meeting.

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1/64th Scale Farm Scene Display Contest

Kids of all ages are invited to create a display that represents a farm in Licking County. Displays cannot be bigger than 32 inches by 32 inches and must use 1/64 scale equipment. This takes place as part of the Farmer’s Share Breakfast Feb. 26.

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Licking County accepts the Kentucky Tornado Challenge

During its January meeting, the Licking County Farm Bureau Board of Trustees accepted the Kentucky Tornado Challenge and donated $500 to Kentucky Farm Bureau to use for tornado relief needs. 

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Rural Development accepting applications for Rural Energy for America

This program is designed to assist rural, small, for-profit businesses and agricultural producers install renewable energy systems or make energy efficiency improvements to their operations.

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Licking County offers scholarships

The Licking County Farm Bureau board of trustees has designated funds to assist with the next generation of youth pursuing careers that support the agricultural industry.

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Walls elected trustee of Ohio Farm Bureau 

Kyle Walls of Mount Vernon has been elected District 12 trustee of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation.

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Ohio Farm Bureau honors four industry leaders

The 2021 Distinguished Service Award recipients are Dr. Tony Forshey of Licking County, Belinda Jones of Franklin County, Randy Leis of Montgomery County and Keith Stimpert of Franklin County.

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