Quality Assurance Test Out Closes
Plant and Pest Diagnostic Clinic
Master Gardener FREE Help available for residents in Miami County! Volunteers trained in researching scientifically based sources are available on Mondays from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. and Wednesdays from 1-3 p.m. by calling 440-3945. The Clinic fields questions f ...
2023 Miami County 4-H Volunteer Application Information Individuals applying to become a new Miami County 4-H Volunteer in 2023 must successfully complete all phases of the Ohio 4-H Volunteer Application process. This process consists of submitting a com ...
Miami County 4-H members enrolled in animal projects must complete a skillathon for each animal project area (excluding cats, llamas, alpacas, and cavies) in which they are enrolled. For the 2022 year Skillathons were not required for those members enrol ...
Ohio State University Extension Small Farm Program announces the 2020 Ohio New and Small Farm Colleges
Are you a small farm landowner wondering what to do with your acreage? Are you interested in exploring options for land uses but not sure where to turn or how to begin? Have you considered adding an agricultural or horticultural enterprise but you just ar ...
Urban & Innovative Ag Grant (FSA)
Forestry Forum Christmas Tree Sale
noon to dark Dec. 5–6, 8 a.m. to dark Dec. 7–8. Annual sale of pines, firs, and others by the students of CFAES’ Forestry Forum, an official student chapter of the Society of American Foresters and the International Society of Arboriculture. Proceeds go t ...
Grape and Wine Analysis Workshop
With interest in Ohio wine production growing, South Centers is offering the workshop for established growers, winemakers, and those interested in getting started in Ohio’s $1.3 billion wine industry. Attendees will learn proven grape-growing techniques, ...
Processed Meats Product Show
9:15 am- 11:15 am A variety of meat products developed and produced by CFAES students will be available for tasting and judging. All products are inspected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and are properly labled. The students all developed a Hazar ...
Have your hay, and eat it, too
COLUMBUS, Ohio—Farmers across Ohio are feeling the brunt of last spring’s unprecedented rainfall. Finding hay that is both affordable and sufficiently nutritious has been one roadblock this year for farmers. And something even more alarming than rising ha ...