Earlier this week, Ohio Farm Bureau President Bill Patterson wrote a letter to Ohio’s congressional delegation, reiterating Farm Bureau’s significant concern for certain tax proposals being considered that would hurt family farms.
Aldyen Donnelly, co-founder of Nori Inc., is the featured guest on this episode. Donnelly and Hoewischer discuss all things carbon and what programming Nori offers for farmers interested in carbon sequestration.
In the recommendations, Ohio Farm Bureau expressed disappointment in EPA’s decision to replace the Navigable Waters Protection Rule and explains why the rule should be left in place.
When Ohio landowners are faced with losing property rights through eminent domain, the law doesn’t make it easy for them to defend their own interests.
The internet is no longer a luxury item. Many of us rely on connectivity to maintain the health of our families, our communities and society as a whole, making it a necessity for all Ohioans, including rural areas.
The expansion of the H2Ohio initiative, created to ensure safe and clean water for all Ohioans, now includes Crawford, Erie, Huron, Marion, Ottawa, Richland, Sandusky, Seneca, Shelby and Wyandot counties.
On this episode, Ohio Farm Bureau Director of Water Quality and Research Jordan Hoewischer talks with Amanda Bahn-Ziegler, account manager for Truterra, about their emergence in the carbon market space.
Ohio Farm Bureau Policy Counsel Leah Curtis discusses things beekeepers need to know as they start to grow that part of their business in Ohio’s agriculture sector.
The Ohio Agriculture Conservation Initiative (OACI), in which Ohio Farm Bureau is a member, welcomes the recent expansion of the H2Ohio farmer incentive program into 10 additional Western Lake Erie Basin counties, including Seneca, Huron, Erie, Wyandot, Richland, Shelby, Sandusky,…
If a scenic river is deemed so, does that have any limit on private property rights of the adjoining landowners?