Ohio Farm Bureau values input from community councils, which contribute to the grassroots policy making process for the organization.
When Ohio landowners are faced with losing property rights through eminent domain, the law doesn’t make it easy for them to defend their own interests.
If a scenic river is deemed so, does that have any limit on private property rights of the adjoining landowners?
A recently enacted piece of legislation regarding solar and wind power signals a shift in landowner rights when it comes to the location of these energy developments.
The Ohio Agriculture and Rural Communities Action Plan puts Farm Bureau’s priority issues front and center, brings people together, and creates opportunities for agriculture.
The Ohio Supreme Court ruled in February on behalf of Ohio Farm Bureau members in a case involving eminent domain and court appeals.
Policy Counsel Leah Curtis explains what landowners need to know if faced with an eminent domain lawsuit.
The cases revolve around expanded transmission line easements being sought by Ohio Power (AEP), including on land owned by county Farm Bureau members.
When John Kehn drives down the road, he tends to take a look at the trees along the way — not in the same manner a layman would, but from the perspective of a forester. As miles and miles of…
Water quality efforts, transportation and infrastructure, and wildlife management were among the priorities set by delegates at Ohio Farm Bureau’s 101st annual meeting. The approved policies set the direction for the organization’s activities in the coming year. A record 381…