Ohio is a big food state, with a lot of farmers, processors and manufacturers and, lots and lots of hungry consumers. A sizable share of Ohio’s very diverse food chain is made up by what’s identified as local foods. What…
Dates are set for the 2018 Farm Bureau cooking demonstrations at the Shelby Farmers’ Market.
The Hazel Grove Chapter of the Richland County Farm Bureau is presenting our final 2016 Farm to Plate Chef demonstration Sept.24, 2016 at 10 a.m. The demonstration will be held at the Shelby Farm Market located at the Blackfork Commons in Shelby.
Hazel Grove Farm Bureau Community Council, Richland County Farm Bureau, and the Shelby Farm Market would like to invite you to the Sept 10 demonstration of the “Farm to Plate” program. This week our featured chef is Ben Lash from The Vault in Shelby.
Richland County Farm Bureau is excited to invite you to this year’s Annual Meeting & Dinner. Please join us at the Der Dutchman, Bellville for a fun evening of fellowship and information. Our guest Speaker for the evening is Ty Higgins, Farm Broadcaster with the Ohio Ag Net and host of Farm & Country Radio show.
The Wyandot County Farm Bureau will hold its Annual Meeting on Sunday, August 28 at the John Stewart United Methodist Church,130 W Johnson St, Upper Sandusky. Doors will open at 12:00 noon. A Pie Auction will benefit local families in times of need. Active members (farmers) will be voting on policy resolutions, new county trustees and Ohio Farm Bureau
Hazelgrove Community Council welcomes back a crowd favorite! On Saturday July 16, 2016, the featured chef at the Shelby Farmers’ Market will be Ed Pickens from Cafe on Main Reception and Event Center.
Hazelgrove Farm Bureau Community Council is proud to announce one of its own members will kick-off the 2016 sessions. Chef Carrie Bisel will be featured on June 11 at the Shelby Farmers’ Market.
Announcing the 2016 schedule of guest chefs for the Richland County Farm to Plate event series at the Shelby Farmers’ Market. First event is June 11!
On this episode of ‘Town Hall Ohio’, we explore the possibilities of scaling up to a local food systems that would benefit farmers, consumers and communities. Guests: Brian Williams, agricultural specialist with the Mid Ohio Regional Planning Commission; Tony Logan, director of USDA Rural Development in Ohio; and Steve Berk, Ohio Farm Bureau organization director.