Should I be concerned about buying fish or seafood? I’m worried it might be from the Gulf of Mexico and tainted from the oil spill.
My husband just retired, and I plan to retire within five years. We both are lucky to have good pension plans, but that has made us a bit lax in studying our finances. Where should we start?
CONTINENTAL, Ohio — Ohio State’s 2010 Manure Science Review, featuring 10 educational sessions on handling, managing and utilizing manure, takes place Aug. 19 in northwest Ohio.
WOOSTER, Ohio — Here's the schedule of activities at Secrest Arboretum’s free annual Night Insect Walk, starting at 8 p.m. this Saturday at OARDC.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Adults who work with 4-H camp counselors have always suspected that the experience provided teenagers with the workforce skills that 21st century employers are looking for. Now they have strong evidence that supports the idea.
KINGSVILLE, Ohio — Ohio State University will sponsor a Trellising Workshop and Grape Twilight Tour on July 23 at locations in Kingsville and Geneva. Note: Sign up by tomorrow for the dinner.
PIKETON, Ohio – A new trial for currants and gooseberries at Ohio State University South Centers at Piketon will be featured at the upcoming OSU South Centers Horticulture Field Night Aug. 12, along with a demonstration of compost socks that are producing encouraging results for growing crops without soil.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Farmers’ hands are tied when it comes to managing soybean injury related to soil flooding and water-loving root rot diseases, but after several years of research at Ohio State University and U.S. Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research Service, some promising solutions are on the horizon.
Muck Crops Field Day is July 29 in Celeryville: Cilantro Production, New Sprayer Technology Among Topics
CELERYVILLE, Ohio — Vegetable farming is big business in north-central Ohio, and Ohio State University experts will offer growers the latest information on pest management, production techniques and new technology on Thursday, July 29, at the Muck Crops Agricultural Research Station in Celeryville.
LONDON, Ohio – Gardens do more than beautify an area, instill a love for plants, and provide food and shelter for wildlife. They can also be a source of environmental conservation.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Land-use implications regarding everything from the extraction of natural gas from the vast Marcellus Shale to policy decisions geared to strengthen local food systems are on tap as topics for the 2010 Ohio Land Use Conference, set for Thursday, Oct. 21.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio State University's Chadwick Arboretum and Learning Gardens will host its annual Open House this Sunday, July 18, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Anyone with an interest in or appreciation for gardening and the outdoors will want to head for the Gateway Garden Jubilee in Springfield, Ohio, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 7.
WOOSTER, Ohio — Ohio State University scientist Joe Kovach will lead a free tour of his innovative, potentially lucrative fruit and vegetable polyculture research plots on Thursday, July 22, at 4 p.m. in Wayne County.
WOOSTER, Ohio — Certain creatures come out only at night in Secrest Arboretum. Some can fly. Some have fangs. And you can see them for what they are — not all that scary, and good to have around — this Saturday.
WOOSTER, Ohio — July marks the start of sweet corn season in Ohio, and you can take some home for dinner tomorrow.
I saw a message posted on the web that a person lost a lot of weight by eating only organic foods. Is that possible?
LONDON, Ohio — Marne Titchenell has a deal for you. You can have more game birds on your land. Plus songbirds such as bluebirds. And also you can spend less time each weekend riding a mower.
LONDON, Ohio — Too much green is making some Ohio farm ponds blue, and not in a good way.
WOOSTER, Ohio – Anyone interested in starting an aquaculture business, or perhaps expanding an existing one, has the opportunity to participate in a tour of fish farms throughout northeast Ohio on July 16.