The foundation funds programs in four core areas of giving: education, environment, the human-animal bond and economic development. Apply by Oct. 1, 2021.
These are the policies to be voted on at the county annual meeting for member review.
The newsletter includes helpful advice, interesting facts, events to attend and information on how to connect with resources available through OSU Extension.
On July 1, 2021 Noble County Farm Bureau board leaders met to propose policies.
The Noble County Farm Bureau will hold its 2021 Annual Meeting on Friday, Aug. 6, at Floral Hall, Noble County Fairgrounds.
Members of the workers’ compensation group rating program may take training via webinars and online training.
Recent legislative efforts were highlighted, including Current Agricultural Use Value (CAUV), broadband and many others.
Noble County Farm Bureau will join with Ohio Farm Bureau for a Statewide Virtual Membership Rally Thursday, Jan. 14, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. This rally is to help prepare members to have those important conversations that lead to…
Editor’s Note: Noble County Farm Bureau is pleased to share an update from Extension Educator Christine Gelley. Dear Readers, It has been three months since my last constructed formal newsletter. Change has certainly been a constant throughout the year and…
Noble County Farm Bureau held a food drive Saturday, Dec. 12 at Caldwell Methodist Church. The generosity from the community was unbelievable and exceeded expectations. Thank you to all who helped and brought donations.