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  1. Farm Talk Breakfast- Hemp Lessons from Year One

    Sep. 18, 2020

    September’s Farm Talk Breakfast was offered on Zoom. Guest Speaker- James Morris, ANR Educator in Brown County, shared knowledge gained from working with first-year hemp farmers in Southern Ohio. Hemp is an old crop made new again and we have much yet to learn about how to effectively incorporate it into the agricultural profile of our state. This program was recorded live on September 18, 2020.

  2. Avoid Falls This Fall

    Sep. 04, 2020

    September is National Falls Prevention Month and across the United States councils are promoting methods for preventing slips, trips, and falls, which are the leading cause of injury to people over the age of 65. Falls can occur anywhere and to anyone of any age. Most are preventable by making good decisions and being aware of our surroundings.

  3. Farm Talk Breakfast- Fall Victory Gardens

    Aug. 14, 2020

    Fall Victory Garden Recording Now Available: August’s Farm Talk Breakfast Program featured guest speaker- Pam Bennett. The recording of the presentation is accessible here: https://go.osu.edu/farmtalkvictorygardensaug2020

  4. August Community Development Newsletter Available

    Aug. 07, 2020

    Please Click to view the August Ohio State Univ. Extension – Noble County Community Development Newsletter.

    In Community,
    Gwynn Stewart, M.S. - Community Development Educator III

  5. ECGA Virtual Pasture Walk with Brian Welch

    Jul. 31, 2020

    The East Central Grazing Alliance is a grazing interest group in Ohio with the mission of promoting best management practices of natural resources in grazing systems. We bring together people in Belmont, Guernsey, Monroe, and Noble Counties to offer practical peer focused learning experiences. Our pasture walks were canceled for the summer of 2020, but we are able to offer a virtual version of our Noble County Pasture Walk with Mr. Brian Welch, a beef farmer and forage grower in Lower Salem, Ohio. This is a preview of the full virtual pasture walk:

  6. Extending the Grazing Season and Fall Seeding Forages

    Jul. 24, 2020

    The recording of July’s Farm Talk Breakfast Program is now available to watch. The topic was Extending the Grazing Season with guest speaker Chris Penrose of Morgan County OSU Extension. We hope this topic will be help forage managers increase the utilization of their acreage and their profit margins due to decreased feed costs.

  7. Ohio State University Extension Program Celebrates 100 Years in Noble County

    Jul. 13, 2020

    Ohio State University Extension Program Celebrates 100 Years in Noble County

    By Gwynn Stewart, Community Development Educator & Christine Gelley, Agriculture & Natural Resources Educator

  8. July Community Development Newsletter Available

    Jul. 09, 2020

    The July 2020 OSU Extension Community Development Newsletter is now available. It features an article on Noble Extension’s 100th Anniversary.

     

  9. July Farm Talk Breakfast

    Jul. 09, 2020

    July’s Farm Talk Breakfast Program is planned to be held on Zoom at 8:30 AM on July 17, 2020. The topic will be Extending the Grazing Season with guest speaker Chris Penrose of Morgan County OSU Extension. We hope this topic will be help forage managers increase the utilization of their acreage and their profit margins due to decreased feed costs. You can join the webinar on your computer, mobile device, or landline telephone. If you have questions about how to connect, email Christine at gelley.2@osu.edu or call her at 740-305-3173.

  10. Camping Out with Kids- Safety Tips

    Jun. 26, 2020

    Camping out is a fantastic activity for Ohio families to participate in throughout the summer. Our state offers many sites that are family friendly, have accommodations for special needs visitors, and a plethora of outdoor opportunities for recreation. Even your backyard can be a perfect place to camp and relax with nature.

    While making your list of items to take for a camping trip, don’t forget your lint roller!

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