Farmers in Ohio are increasing soil sampling and managing soil nutrients more closely, leading to a gradual decrease in high soil test phosphorus levels that can lead to water quality problems.Read More
Investing in Farmers’ Responsible Land Management Practices
Important funding has been allocated to partner with farmers in the Maumee River Watershed to continue expanding best practices focused on proactive conservation solutions to address the state’s water quality. Steps are being taken to increase the reach of programs like Blanchard River Demonstration Farms Network and H2Ohio to invest in these practices in every corner of the state.
Here are some ways we have worked to support conservation.
A new film about water quality in Lake Erie skips over all of the advancements being made by farmers in northwest Ohio and beyond.Read More
The first session of The Clermont County Farm Bureau Speaker Series was held at the Cincinnati Nature Center Feb. 17. Topics covered included conservation and farmland preservation.Read More
The survey results establish a baseline of adoption for various farming practices in the Lower Maumee watershed.Read More
While dealing with the lingering effects of the pandemic and multiple economic uncertainties, Ohio Farm Bureau calls on policymakers to implement this action plan to help bolster Ohio agriculture and our rural communities.Read More
USDA is investing $1 billion in partnerships to support America’s climate-smart farmers, ranchers and forest landowners through its new Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities program.Read More