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Not a job, but a pleasure

Not a job, but a pleasure

WASHINGTON CH — Do you know what I loved about my job? It has been working with all the people …

July 12th, 2018  |  

A better Farm Bill for all Ohioans

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The best ideas don’t come out of Washington – they come out of conversations with Ohioans. That …

July 12th, 2018  |  

How to prune clematis: the basics

How to prune clematis: the basics

By Sara Creamer Fayette County Master Gardener Volunteer Coordinator WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE — There are good reasons to prune clematis. …

March 6th, 2018  |  

Tales From The Farm: ‘Manure Wars’

There is something to be said about raising livestock on the farm. Knowing that the beef, pork, chicken, or even …

March 6th, 2018  |  

What will farmers face in 2018?

XENIA — In answer to the question left hanging in my January column — obviously I am still here. At …

February 21st, 2018  |  

Country cook’s favorite cupboard

Country cook’s favorite cupboard

By Debbie Bullington For Rural Life Today MEIGS COUNTY — Thirty-six years ago, I couldn’t boil water without scorching it. …

February 21st, 2018  |  

Rural Life and serving our rural community

Rural Life and serving our rural community

LONDON — It was in December 2010 that I first volunteered to be editor of Rural Life Today. That happened …

January 8th, 2018  |  

January is for planning and some dreaming

By Sara Creamer Fayette County Master Gardener Volunteer Coordinator WASHINGTON CH — January is named for the Roman god Janus. …

January 8th, 2018  |  

Enjoying the power of great food

Enjoying the power of great food

By Darla Cabe For Rural Life Today Cooking can sometimes be tricky. Making food for one or two can often …

January 8th, 2018  |  

Managing the woods on your property

Managing the woods on your property

Do you own wooded property? What part do your wooded acres play in your day-to-day life? Could your woods be …

January 8th, 2018  |