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  1. Pasture Reseeding Charts Available

    Aug. 13, 2019

    Need help deciding on what forages you can or should reseed this fall? Consult these resources or contact Christine Gelley at 740-732-5681 or gelley.2@osu.edu

    Click Here: Forage Planting Charts

  2. National Farmers Market Week Is Aug. 4-10

    Aug. 07, 2019

    National Farmers’ Market Week is Aug. 4-10! Be sure to check out Noble County's two market options this FRIDAY on the Caldwell public square and at the Family Dollar Store lot & "Like" the markets on Facebook

  3. Noble County Planning Commission Invites Noble County Land-Owners Interested in Development Partnerships to Aug. 19 Meeting

    Aug. 05, 2019

    At the July meeting of the Noble County Planning Commission, a great deal of discussion was held on the need to identify potential economic development sites in the county. There is a need to identify other possible property opportunities to make Noble County competitive in assisting companies looking to locate or to grow here.

  4. Public Transportation Services to Continue in Noble County

    Jul. 18, 2019

    In late 2018, seeing only the limited access to transportation in Noble County through eligibility-specific programs such as Veterans Services, Senior Services or the Medicaid program, but no general public transportation available, The Ohio State University Extension- Noble County Community Development program researched and shared the need for more structured access to public transportation to the Noble County Board of Commissioners.

  5. July 2019 Community Development Newsletter Now Available

    Jul. 03, 2019

    The July OSU Extension - Noble County Community Development e-newsletter is available at https://mailchi.mp/8da08c10e7aa/july-updates-from-noble-county-community-development

     

  6. United Way Awards Mini-grant to Noble 4-H Council

    Jul. 02, 2019

    Area non-profit groups recently submitted applications for United Way of Guernsey, Monroe and Noble Counties’ Mini-Grant funding. Groups were encouraged to submit innovative projects meeting the health and human service needs in our area through education, health and financial stability.

  7. Safe Medications for Life Program

    Jun. 20, 2019

    Safe Medications for Life Program Offered by OSU Extension July 9

    Do you sometimes wonder how to manage your prescription medicines at home? Do you worry about doing the wrong thing with disposing of un-used prescriptions? Join The Ohio State University Extension Noble County educators for the GenerationRX program for adults on July 9 at Noon. The education program will be hosted by the Joyce M. Davis Senior Center at 300 Cumberland St. in Caldwell.

  8. Noble County to host FAMACHA© & Fecal Egg Count Workshops

    May. 23, 2019

    Parasites are the top issue facing sheep and goat producers in the Eastern United States. FAMACHA© eye scores and fecal egg counts are helpful tools for small ruminant producers seeking better parasite control in their flocks. These workshops will provide training for producers to conduct FAMACHA© eye scores and fecal egg counts at home.

  9. Guernsey-Noble Beekeepers Swarm Removal List

    Apr. 26, 2019

    With warmer weather and plenty of pollen sources available now, our pollinators are out and active. Swarming activity will be on the rise. Swarms form when a colony divides and the queen bee decides to leave an established colony to find a new location. Worker bees will follow the queen and tend to be seen in clusters on tree limbs and bushes before finding a cavity to build a new hive.

  10. Safe Medication Practices for Life Offered May 17

    Apr. 16, 2019

    Generation Rx for Adults
    This Program Is Geared for Adults of All Ages!


    Presented by: OSU Extension, Noble County Educators
    - Christine Gelley, Agriculture & Natural Resources
    - & Gwynn Stewart, Community Development

    OSU Extension Office Conference Center
    46049 Marietta Rd. Caldwell, OH

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