Ohio Commercial Pesticide Recertification Conference- Columbus- 2023
2023 OHIO COMMERCIAL PESTICIDE APPLICATOR RECERTIFICATION CONFERENCES: Columbus NEW LOCATION! Sponsored by: Ohio State University Extension & Ohio Department of Agriculture February 21, 2023- Fawcett Center, Columbus, Ohio COLUMBUS REGISTRATION IS F ...
Plant Discovery Day
The annual Friends of Secrest Arboretum sale features new and unique annuals, perennials, herbs and woody plants. Check back later for annual, perennial, herb, woody and Silent Auction plant lists! Parking and admission are free. ...
This introductory workshop covers basic pruning techniques. Topics include when to prune, required tools, tool care and making proper cuts. Participants will have the opportunity to practice pruning skills. How to prune fruit trees will not be covered in ...
Winter Grafting Workshop
Learn the what, why and how behind the art of plant grafting. This hands-on workshop allows participants to practice various grafting techniques. Rootstock and scion will be provided. Participants can take grafted plants home to nurture. Pre-registration ...
The Amazing Race 4-H Polar SPIN Club
Pack your bag for an amazing indoor race with a polar theme. Engaging as a member of a team you will participate in activities that include seeing actual ice cores and analyzing a sample ice core yourself, solve polar-themed challenges and more. A tour of ...
New Pesticide Applicator Crash Course
As advertised in the NW Ohio Newsletter in 2023 a New Pesticide Applicator class. This class will help new pesticide applicators prepare for the Ohio Department of Agriculture pesticide applicator license test in CORE and cereal and grain crops (private c ...
EFNEP Program EFNEP is free to the participants and agencies. This program is offered as a series of lessons in a curriculum designed to teach families with children and young adults about USDA dietary recommendations using an interactive approach. Each ...
Wasting food is wasting money. Here’s how to keep food fresh and throw away less cash- Saving You Money
By Sean McDonnell, cleveland.com — With rising prices and tight budgets, it pays to look for cheaper groceries. But if the lettuce you bought spoils in the back of the fridge, it (and the money you paid for it) might be going in the trash can. It doesn ...