Feb. 21, 2020
Location: Clinton County Extension
Estate Planning is not a process that can be done overnight and it
can change as our lives continue to change. On March 5, 2020,
Peggy Hall, Ohio State University Extension Agricultural &
Resource Law Specialist will help to take our discussion farther by
addressing “What are the pieces and parts one really needs to
address in an estate plan – the legal business side of estate
This program is free of charge with advanced registration.
Feb. 04, 2020
Smart energy tips are useful year round. Check out this list and see what changes you can make this year.
Jan. 27, 2020
OSU Extension Greene County certifies 19 interns as Master Gardeners (Group Photo)
Jan. 27, 2020
OSU Extension Greene County Master Gardener Offer Scholarship
Jan. 23, 2020
In 2020, the Greene County community will host a large Breakfast On The Farm (BOTF) event to educate consumers about modern commodity agriculture and the way farmers care for their animals, protect the environment and produce safe, wholesome food. Impact survey results from other similar events indicated that over 60% of the attendees were first time visitors to a farm in 20 years and that the consumers significantly increased their trust in farmers in the key areas of care for environment, care for animals, and protecting water quality. As a result, the Greene County BOTF...
Jan. 21, 2020
ALL HOG EXHIBITORS: PLEASE READ IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PAYLEAN
The Greene County Agricultural Society (GCAS) voted at the January 2020 board meeting to ban the use of paylean (Ractopmaine) in all market hog projects at the 2020 Greene County Fair from birth to time of slaughter. This decision was based on two major issues:
Packers will be testing for and rejecting any hogs that have been fed paylean at any time during their life.
Union Stockyard will not accept any market hogs that have been fed paylean at any time during their life.
Jan. 08, 2020
Hopefully you had an enjoyable holiday season and now it is time to begin making plans for the 2020 year. Part of this comes the time for private pesticide and fertilizer applicator recertifications.
If your license expires in 2020, you should have already received a letter in the mail from the Ohio Department of Agriculture stating that it is time to renew your license and pay your $30.00 licensing fee. Remember you can go ahead and send this fee to ODA now even if you have not yet completed the recertification training with OSU Extension yet.
Dec. 09, 2019
This event is postponed for later this year.
Earn an OSHA 10 hour General Industry Card - specific to agricultural operations. There is no charge for this training and will be held at OSU Extension Office in Greene County. For more information see flyer.
Dec. 09, 2019
Central State University and Ohio State University Extension, Greene County, are sponsoring a class on Jan. 27, 2020 to help pesticide applicators prepare for the state licensing exam. The class will be applicable to private and commercial applicators. For more information see flyer.
Oct. 31, 2019
The 2018 Farm Bill allows the choice to enroll in ARC or PLC for 2019-2023. Enrollment for 2019 is currently open with the deadline set as March 15, 2020. Join OSU Extension and the Farm Service Agency for an informational meeting to learn about changes to the ARC/PLC, important dates and deadlines, crop insurance – supplemental coverage option, and using decision tools to evaluate program choices to make informed program decisions.
A program is scheduled for December 20 to learn more.