National Sheep Improvement Program
OSIA and OHSIA will be hosting a National Sheep Improvement Program (NSIP) workshop in Wooster, OH on Dec. 5, the afternoon prior to the Buckeye Shepherd’s Symposium. The program is a computerized, performance-based program for genetic selection. NSIP is ...
Rights and Remedies for Protecting Your Water Supply in Ohio
Thursday, May 14, 1- 2 pm EST *Archived recording will be available here once available* ...
Introduction to Food Law: What You Need to Know to Build a Food Law Practice
Thursday, March 12, 1- 2 pm EST *Archived recording will be here once available* ...
Nursing Home Costs & Medicaid: The One-Two Punch to the Family Farm
Friday, April 10, 1- 2 pm EST *Archived recording will be available here once available* ...
Managing Pollutant Discharge Risk on Farms
Thursday, February 12, 1- 2 pm EST *Archived recording will be here once available* ...
The 2014 Farm Bill: Guiding a Client through the New Law
Friday, January 9, 1- 2 pm EST *Archived recording will be here once available* ...
SNAP-Ed Newsletters and Information
Proposed Revised Nutrition Facts Label Tips to Make Healthy Choices January 2014 February 2014 March 2014 April 2014 May 2014 June 204 July 2014 ...
Strengthening Families over Dinner
To some it may seem old fashioned, or a thing of the past, but family meals are a proven way to help strengthen families. Years of research has found that the more children eat dinner with their families, the less likely they were to smoke, drink or use ...
Putting your Garden to Bed for the Winter
The 2015 garden year is about to begin. Many folks think of next year’s garden as beginning next spring but, it really should begin in the fall of the previous year for the most success next year. Here are a few ideas to get ready for next spring: Soil ...
Emotional Cues and Eating
Do you ever find yourself eating and realize that you don’t even feel hungry or don’t know why you started eating in the first place? If so, don’t feel guilty; you are not alone. Recent studies suggest that over 75% of overeating is caused by our emotio ...