After 14 meetings spanning over six months, the 590 Task Force made some minor changes to the endpoints for the four levels of phosphorus loss risk.
This is the first in a four-part series examining the conservation practices of farmers participating in the Blanchard River Demonstration Farms Network.
Farmers participating in the H2Ohio program must be enrolled in the OACI program by March 31, 2021.
DeWine’s 2022-2023 budget proposal highlights some of the most important issues facing rural Ohio.
Ohio Farm Bureau supported the case of Mark Drewes against the Lake Erie Bill of Rights.
HB 340 modernizes the process and improves the state’s water quality.
Statewide Watershed Planning and Management Program allows for the development of more localized watershed plans.
What does water quality research look like in northwest Ohio and how will initiatives like H2Ohio impact the future severity of algal blooms?
Bills related to water quality and drainage petition regulations passed at the state level. Beneficial funding was included in the federal COVID relief bill.
As 2020 came to a close, the directors of all of the state agencies involved in the H2Ohio program gave an update on the initial rollout and implementation.