The event welcomes those involved in public policy from 12 state Farm Bureaus across the region.
“Necessity is the mother of innovation” was true for the farm and food sector during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.
After a tornado destroyed their barn, the Ebberts were able to rebuild, with the help from Nationwide Insurance.
The Ohio Department of Taxation has released the 2021 CAUV tax values for counties in a reappraisal or update this year, and results show about a 25% decrease from the previous valuations in 2018.
A team made up of research, extension, and outreach professionals at Ohio State University’s School of Environment and Natural Resources work together to identify how to promote sustainability and resilience in the Eastern Corn Belt.
Rural broadband, local meat processing capacity, H2Ohio, the Ohio Department of Agriculture and Ohio State among budget winners.
If realized, this will be the fourth year out of the past six that the algal bloom will be rated less than 4 on a scale of 1 (mild) to 10 (severe).
In 2015, the state of Ohio committed to reducing nutrient loading into Lake Erie by 40% by 2025. This commitment was made as part of the Western Lake Erie Collaborative agreement, which includes similar pledges from Michigan and Ontario, Canada….
Hoewischer said he is confident that the trends being seen in dissolved reactive phosphorus will help Ohio reach the 40% reduction goal by 2025.
Sen. Sherrod Brown hosted a virtual roundtable with Ambassador Katherine Tai, 19th United States Trade Representative, and Ohio farmers, workers and manufacturers to discuss the impact of trade policy on Ohio communities.