H2Ohio projects expand into Ohio River Basin

Projects will create wetlands, restore wetlands on hydric soils and/or enhance water quality at existing wetlands and floodplains.

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H2Ohio conservation practices to be assessed through new partnership

ODA, Farm Bureau and the Demo Farms are partnering to assess the agronomic and economic impacts of H2Ohio Best Management Practices.

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Our Ohio Weekly: Ohio NRCS State Conservationist John Wilson

Newly appointed Ohio NRCS Chief John Wilson talks about stepping into his new role and some of the challenges and goals he has for his agency moving forward.

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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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Our Ohio Weekly: Ohio Department of Agriculture update

Ohio Department of Agriculture Director Dorothy Pelanda discusses the success of H2Ohio in northwest Ohio and how her agency has helped farmers through the challenges of Ohio’s food supply chain.

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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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Our Ohio Weekly: Expansion of H2Ohio

H2Ohio is a water quality initiative that addresses water issues in Ohio, including Lake Erie algal blooms caused by phosphorus runoff from farm fertilizer, wastewater, and home sewage treatment systems due to aging infrastructure, and lead contamination from old water pipes and fixtures.

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In-person meetings held for expanded H2Ohio program

The Ohio Agriculture Conservation Initiative (OACI), in which Ohio Farm Bureau is a member, welcomes the recent expansion of the…

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H2Ohio coming to Marion County

Sign-up for H2Ohio will begin July 15 and run through Aug. 31.

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H2Ohio coming to Richland County

All Richland County farmers are eligible for the H2Ohio program. For more information, contact Richland County SWCD.

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