Farming for good in the middle of the city

Jim Bruner, the self-proclaimed alpha predator of Mezzacello Urban Farms, has carefully planned and executed seven separate ecosystems on less than an acre of land in Olde Towne East.

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Buzz around beekeeping is strong

Bill and Bonnie Stein have used their experience and knowledge to educate and help other beekeepers get started over the years.

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Farming on the fly in Medina County

Farmer Colin Brown is in many ways a self-made, one-man band.

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Farming tradition, flexibility in Trumbull County

Sharon and Steve Grover have spent the last 30 years raising kids, strawberries and more on their farm in Trumbull County.

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Women in top national leadership roles a natural fit

Two Ohio women have taken leadership roles in national agriculture organizations: Susan Shultz and Kelly Harsh.

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Unexpected encounter with goats built a Grade A dairy

What started as a very small soapmaking hobby at Frog Pond Farm & Dairy has grown to be an enterprise that currently includes pasteurized fluid milk, seven flavors of chèvre cheese and several varieties of decadent fudge.

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Growing our Generation: Tyrone and Megan Brannon

Tyrone and Megan Brannon of Tuscarawas County are editors of the December 2021 Growing our Generation enewsletter, featuring insights and ideas directly from Ohio’s young farmers and food and agricultural professionals.

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80 Acres Farms: Vertical farming on the way up

80 Acres Farms’ newest farm blends the science and wisdom of farming with the efficiency and precision of manufacturing that allows the farm to deliver on its mission of growing high quality produce all year long.

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Great Lakes Ag Labor Services offers labor solutions for farms of all sizes

Great Lakes is unique among ag labor consultants because it’s grassroots, conceptualized and developed by and for farmers who are members of Farm Bureau.

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YAP Profile: Jaclyn Krymowski

The YAP State Committee member saidhHer introduction to Farm Bureau came via the Young Agricultural Professionals winter leadership conference while she was in college.

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