“The more I learn, the more I realize how much I don’t know,” Albert Einstein once quipped.
We recently came across two out-of-the-ordinary Ohio businesses that show there is plenty of opportunity for new ideas down on the farm.
More than a century ago, 23 Dutch workers traveled from Kalamazoo, Mich. to north central Ohio to drain a swamp and reveal the potential of the land.
From urban lots to abundant farmland, how one community is exploring the wide-ranging potential for local food.
Through public and private investment in research and development, Ohio farms yield better products and more jobs.
Ohio association advances knowledge of our food supply
Cleveland company converts food waste to power and fertilizer
Wooster research center is improving Ohio food
ag-bi-o-sci-ence NOUN: a core driver of economic growth and business expansion opportunities
CIFT committed to improving Ohio food