Foundation accepting proposals for 2022 Youth Pathways grant

Grant proposals are due by Nov. 4; all grant applicants must participate in a pre-submission pitch session Oct. 11.

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Cultivating a Cure raises $120,000

Cultivating a Cure supports cancer treatment and prevention research at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute.

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Farmers use Gift of Grain program to support Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation

A local farmer donated 90 bushels of soft winter wheat as a gift to the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation.

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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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‘Y Prize’ to be awarded for mental health solutions

The Yvonne Lesicko Perseverance Prize, the “Y Prize” for short, recognizes groups or individuals working to find innovative solutions to farmer mental health difficulties. Nominations are due July 31, 2022.

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Foundation golf outing raises record-breaking $100,000

The 2022 Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation Golf Invitational raised a record breaking $100,000 for foundation scholarships, grants and programs that help enhance agricultural communities and support careers in agriculture.

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Our Ohio Weekly: Recent Media Coverage of Rural Ohio

Small town Ohio isn’t getting a whole lot of attention these days, but two journalists are looking to rural Ohio for stories and sharing what they find with the entire nation.

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Growing our Generation: Jenna Gregorich

Jenna Gregorich of Coshocton County is the editor of the June 2022 Growing our Generation enewsletter.

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Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation awards record amount of scholarships 

Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation recently awarded nearly $85,000 in scholarships to students across the state, the highest amount given in a single year.

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Scholarship helped chart course in agriculture

Rose Hartschuh didn’t grow up on a farm, but her children will.

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