Jan. 12, 2022
Ohio State University Extension Community Development to Host Beginner’s Guide to Grant Writing Course
The Beginner’s Guide to Grant Writing Course will be offered in Noble County March 30 and April 20 from 9a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Ohio State University Extension Noble County Office 46049 Marietta Rd., Caldwell.
Dec. 15, 2021
The Dec. 2021 issue of the Noble County Community Development Newsletter is now available.
Dec. 10, 2021
Oct. 29, 2021
After almost a year of anticipation, Noble County OSU Extension hosted our first calving clinic featuring Belle the simulator cow and Charlie the simulator calf at the Eastern Agricultural Research Station on October 28. Twenty-five local cattle producers attended the evening event to learn hands-on about common calving difficulties, solutions and tools, animal handling, calving aid, and the significance of having good handling facilities on farm.
Oct. 08, 2021
Cow Name: Belle
Inspiration- Belle Valley, Ohio.
Calf Name: Charlie
Inspiration- Charles Boyles- Initial Farm Manager of the Eastern Ohio Research and Development Center.
Sep. 29, 2021
By: Gwynn Stewart
Ohio State Univ. Extension
Community Development Educator
The Noble County Board of Commissioners with the Noble County Water Authority (NCWA) hosted a kick-off event Sept. 27 for the East of I-77 Water Expansion project. The new service will expand water to 126 homes from Sarahsville to Pleasant City as well as provide an emergency interconnect to the Village of Byesville Water system.
Aug. 25, 2021
The Ohio State University Extension recently announced the promotion of two Noble County Educators, Christine Gelley to Educator III and Gwynn Stewart to Educator IV. Along with other Extension Educators across the state, the Noble duo earned a promotion in rank effective Sept. 1. Each of these individuals either met or exceeded the criteria for promotion.
Aug. 02, 2021
Asset Mapping of County Sewer Resources to Commence
Community infrastructure assets such as water and sanitary sewer lines and others are usually hidden from plain sight. But if this infrastructure were not there, no community could sustain economic growth needed to help people live, work and thrive.
Jul. 27, 2021
Christine Gelley serves the Noble County area as the Agriculture and Natural Resource Educator for The Ohio State University through the Noble County Extension Office. Recently, Ms. Gelley was recognized for two significant agricultural service contributions on a state and national scale.
Jul. 16, 2021
The Summer 2021 ANR Newsletter is now available for viewing. Simply click the image below to view it as a pdf in your web browser.