Kirk Reese of Lexington, Ohio, has been named project manager for the Blanchard River Demonstration Farms Network.Read More
Blanchard Demonstration Farms
The Blanchard River Demonstration Farm Network is a $1 million, five-year project and the first of its kind in Ohio. Three demonstration farms showcase innovative and standard agricultural practices that help reduce and prevent nutrient runoff. Participating farms are Kellogg Farms, Hardin County; Kurt Farms, Hardin County; and Stateler Family Farms, Hancock County. An Advisory Committee provides guidance to the project using their expertise is their given fields. Learn more at the network’s website.
ODA, Farm Bureau and the Demo Farms are partnering to assess the agronomic and economic impacts of H2Ohio Best Management Practices.Read More
One of the biggest enhancements to the new website is a resources section, where search results are aggregated based on specific practice or topic.Read More
This is the first in a four-part series examining the conservation practices of farmers participating in the Blanchard River Demonstration Farms Network.Read More
Keeping up with the ever-changing technology being used in agriculture to protect valuable natural resources, the Blanchard River Demonstration Farms…Read More
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler recently visited the Blanchard River Demonstration Farms in northwest Ohio. Administrator Wheeler learned…Read More