Water quality gains flow through soil tests

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.

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Water quality and agriculture: The rest of the story

A new film about water quality in Lake Erie skips over all of the advancements being made by farmers in northwest Ohio and beyond.

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Clermont County Farm Bureau holds first Speaker Series

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.

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OACI Assessment Survey Report reveals conservation progress, areas of opportunity

The survey results establish a baseline of adoption for various farming practices in the Lower Maumee watershed.

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2022 Ohio Agriculture and Rural Communities Action Plan

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.

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USDA to invest $1 billion in climate-smart commodities

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.

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Ohio Farm Bureau submits WOTUS comments to EPA

Farm Bureau is urging EPA to recognize the burden that this overreaching regulation places on farmers and ranchers, and keep the term ‘navigable’ in the Clean Water Act regulations.

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Soil health meeting Feb. 24

Feb. 24, Ray Archuleta will discuss soil health and regenerative ag practices at the West Liberty Salem High School.

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Upcoming meetings offer details about H2Ohio

Ohio Farm Bureau is encouraging members to learn more about the H2Ohio application process and the program’s conservation practices by attending these meetings.

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Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer: Dr. Jay Martin

Dr. Jay Martin joins this episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer to talk about some innovative projects in the Western Lake Erie Basin dealing with nutrient runoff and conservation practice adoption.

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