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  1. For Earth Day, A Discussion On The Progress We've Made And The Challenges We Still Face - WVXU

    For Earth Day, A Discussion On The Progress We've Made And The Challenges We Still Face  WVXU

    The first Earth Day was held April 22, 1970. Since the day that many consider the birth of the modern environmental movement, generations have grown up.

  2. Roundup of gardening news for April 25, 2019 - Farm and Dairy

    Roundup of gardening news for April 25, 2019  Farm and Dairy

    Catch up on local gardening news in Carroll, Coshocton, Geauga, Mahoning, Medina and Stark counties in Ohio, and Westmoreland and Allegheny counties in...

  3. In village of 300, a pothole complaint could win you a council seat - The Columbus Dispatch

    In village of 300, a pothole complaint could win you a council seat  The Columbus Dispatch

    WILMOT, Ohio — In a humble crossroads village known by tourists mainly for the Amish Door restaurant at the edge of town, the sense of community is built as...

  4. One of Greater Cincinnati’s most popular attractions names new leader - Cincinnati Business Courier

    One of Greater Cincinnati’s most popular attractions names new leader  Cincinnati Business Courier

    Jeffrey Corney has been named executive director of Cincinnati Nature Center.

  5. Our Rich History: Casualties of Siege of Cincinnati, 1862; celebrations as Confederates withdrew - User-generated content

    Our Rich History: Casualties of Siege of Cincinnati, 1862; celebrations as Confederates withdrew  User-generated content

    By Steve Preston Special to NKyTribune. In September 1862, Confederate General Edmund Kirby Smith sent General Henry Heth with an advance force of over...

  6. News Briefs: Cincinnati Nature Center names executive director, Gov. Bevin makes appointments - User-generated content

    News Briefs: Cincinnati Nature Center names executive director, Gov. Bevin makes appointments  User-generated content

    Cinci Nature Center chooses Corney. Cincinnati Nature Center has named Dr. Jeffrey Corney as its new Executive Director. Corney will begin his tenure at the...

  7. Field day puts the spotlight on family - Farm and Dairy

    Field day puts the spotlight on family  Farm and Dairy

    Family Farm Field Day covers the social and economic aspects of farm production.

  8. 2016 is the year of the messy private life — and the year when it no longer matters - The Washington Post

    2016 is the year of the messy private life — and the year when it no longer matters  The Washington Post

    HOLMES COUNTY, Ohio — In this deeply conservative part of Ohio, full of cornfields and horse-drawn Amish buggies, people know all about Donald Trump's...

  9. Students Break the Ice on Climate Change - Geauga Maple Leaf

    Students Break the Ice on Climate Change  Geauga Maple Leaf

    Hershey Montessori School students are making a positive difference in an ongoing change of global magnitude. "I hope that they learned that their voices and...

  10. The Butchers New and Old Keeping Cleveland in Fresh Cuts - Cleveland Scene Weekly

    The Butchers New and Old Keeping Cleveland in Fresh Cuts  Cleveland Scene Weekly

    At Ohio City Provisions, which recently opened on Lorain Avenue, shoppers can order a thick steak that came from a steer that was reared on little more than...

  11. Spring Grove Cemetery now offering green burials - Cincinnati.com

    Spring Grove Cemetery now offering green burials  Cincinnati.com

    You can now be laid to rest in a biodegradable casket in a grove of trees.

  12. Darrell Kent makes his point with art work: photos - cleveland.com

    Darrell Kent makes his point with art work: photos  cleveland.com

    His form of art is called Pointillism, a technique of neo-impressionist painting using tiny dots of various pure colors, which become blended in the viewer's eye.

  13. Wedding spotlight: Ryan and Stephanie Helline - Aboutstark.com

    Wedding spotlight: Ryan and Stephanie Helline  Aboutstark.com

    The story of Stephanie Rothrauff and Ryan Helline reads almost like a fairy tale. Ryan grew up in Wilmot, Ohio, and studied at the Ohio State University.

  14. Most Interesting People 2016: Adam Lambert - Clevelandmagazine.com

    Most Interesting People 2016: Adam Lambert  Clevelandmagazine.com

    Broken pieces of horsehair plaster line the floors of Ohio City Provisions. Chef Adam Lambert slowly chips away at the crumbling drywall giving life to the earthy...

  15. In Praise of Raw Pork - Food & Wine

    In Praise of Raw Pork  Food & Wine

    At Cleveland's The Plum, pork tartare is a nostalgic delicacy.

  16. Joel Salatin shares Polyface values in Holmes County - Farm and Dairy

    Joel Salatin shares Polyface values in Holmes County  Farm and Dairy

    WILMOT, Ohio — He doesn't have much in the way of farm buildings and farm equipment, and most of his livestock live outside — on pastures and in the...

  17. A Lesson in Graveyard Soil Science - Modern Farmer

    A Lesson in Graveyard Soil Science  Modern Farmer

    Spookier than the thought of walking atop dead people is the idea that modern-day cemeteries have morphed into de facto landfills. Photo illustration by...

  18. 35 Brix bringing casual dining to Green - Suburbanite

    35 Brix bringing casual dining to Green  Suburbanite

    GREEN Kerry Janke and his wife Amy recently opened their new restaurant, 35 Brix, in the Heritage Crossings of Green plaza on Massillon Road. “We are from...

  19. Sustainable Poultry Network National Conference | MOTHER EARTH NEWS - Mother Earth News

    Sustainable Poultry Network National Conference | MOTHER EARTH NEWS  Mother Earth News

    You're invited to the 2015 Sustainable Poultry Network–USA National Conference! This conference will be the most complete, comprehensive conference for...

  20. Best Ways To Celebrate Earth Day In Cleveland - CBS Cleveland

    Best Ways To Celebrate Earth Day In Cleveland  CBS Cleveland

    By Mark Horning. Environmental groups around the world have made huge advances in setting into motion programs to protect our planet. From suggestions of...

  21. There is a new kind of milk on area shelves - Crain's Cleveland Business

    There is a new kind of milk on area shelves  Crain's Cleveland Business

    Northeast Ohio entrepreneur Adrian Bota has launched Origin Milk Company, which offers a new kind of milk that the company says 'is naturally higher in...

  22. Precise Systems Appoints Mr. Scott Pfister President and COO | Southern Maryland News Net - Southern Maryland News Net

    Precise Systems Appoints Mr. Scott Pfister President and COO | Southern Maryland News Net  Southern Maryland News Net

    Precise Systems, Inc. is pleased to announce that Mr. Scott Pfister has been appointed President and Chief Operating Officer (COO). In his new role, he will...

  23. WKSU News: Farm-to-School: Cafeteria lunch is fresh and local at Tallmadge High School - WKSU News

    WKSU News: Farm-to-School: Cafeteria lunch is fresh and local at Tallmadge High School  WKSU News

    Produce from Northeast Ohio's small farms is starting to show up in school cafeterias. That's thanks to the efforts of a gourmet chef, a local foods entrepreneur,...

  24. W.Va. funeral home offers 'green' burials - Huntington Herald Dispatch

    W.Va. funeral home offers 'green' burials  Huntington Herald Dispatch

    PARKERSBURG, W.Va. (AP) — A Parkersburg funeral home is giving the environmentally conscious some peace of mind, even after death. Leavitt Funeral...

  25. Amish Mafia episode review: “Amish Confidential” (Levi writes a book) - Albany Times Union

    Amish Mafia episode review: “Amish Confidential” (Levi writes a book)  Albany Times Union

    Wait, I thought I was done. Well, maybe I'm not. Because after I reviewed what aI THOUGHT was the final episode, there's a final “final” recap episode. Man, this...

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