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League of Ohio Sportsmen names Zehler Conservationist of the Year

The League of Ohio Sportsmen this year bestowed its highest honor – the State Conservationist of the Year Award – on Ray Zehler, a member of the League’s Hamilton Chapter.
9/17/2014
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Family, friends help farmers withstand modern challenges
There is no doubt that farming is one of the toughest jobs on the planet; just ask a farmer. But for those who feed the world, most will tell you, there’s nothing else they’d rather do.
9/19/2014
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Dropping barometric pressure could mean sore joints, sinuses

Look to the Great Harvest
When all Things will bear Fruit and
Will be ready for the Gathering.
-Paracelsus
Lunar phase and lore
9/19/2014
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Weather events may impact harvest and its stress levels

Who would have thought at the beginning of summer that much of the grain-producing area of the United States and Canada would receive too much rain in late summer? 
9/19/2014
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25 years ago: Hoosier elected to head up national corn group

Recalling Our Roots
9/19/2014
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Spotlight on Youth
9/19/2014
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Brooks’ energy can light Nashville in a hail storm
When Garth Brooks retired a few years back, I thought to myself at the time, this won’t last.
9/19/2014
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Author gets to The Heart of Things in essays on Midwest

eaving the suburbs of Detroit as a younger man, with a stint in Alaska, John Hildebrand returned to the Midwest for work and writes about what makes the area a great place to call home in his new collection of essays, The Heart of Things.
9/19/2014
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Simple ways to infuse fall flavors into simple treats

9/19/2014
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Homemade marshmallows hit the spot in a fall cookout
ate summer and early fall is the season to get in your last campouts or picnics in the park before cold weather sets in. But as far as that goes, anytime the weather is nice on your patio or deck you’ll be doing some outdoorsy stuff – and one of the best is toasting marshmallows over a campfire or grill.
9/19/2014
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