CLICK HERE for the zoom link. The password is 874753
For questions contact Mike Hogan.email@example.com
There is a Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) Webinar on Thursday July 16th at 7pm. The webinar is free, link details are below.
Zoom Link: go.osu.edu/goodag
My colleague Jenny Lobb, Family and Consumer Sciences Extension Educator in Franklin County, is offering a food preservation class series. Classes are free to attend, see below for registration details and link. A great way to learn how to preserve the seasons harvest.
CLICK HERE to access the registration.
There will be a Good Agricultural Practices Workshop on Wednesday April 29th, 2020 at 7:00 pm here at the Extension office. It is free and open to the public.
Click HERE to view, print or download the flyer –> GAP Workshop_4.29.20
The Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP) 2020 application cutoff date has been set for March 20, 2020. If any producer would like to apply for this year’s EQIP, they will have till March 20, 2020 to completed an application. Applications after the cutoff date will be consider for next year 2021.
CLICK HERE to download the fact sheet –> NRCS-EQIP_FarmBill2018_Factsheet
CLICK HERE to download the form –> NRCS Blank_EQIP_CCC1200
Your contact for EQIP in Franklin County is Eli. All his information is here:
The 2020 Midwest Vegetable Production Guide for Growers is now available. There is a new interface that can be used to address specific pests on specific crops as well as the page view that was traditional.
There is an upcoming Small Farm Conference and Trade Show in Mansfield on March 14th, 2020. Click the pictures of the brochure to enlarge or scroll down the page to find a link for the PDF.
Click HERE to view, print or download the flyer –> Small Farm Conference Brochure 2020
CLICK HERE to print, view or download the flyer –> Hemp Flyer_2.17.20
A new Ohio Agricultural Law Blog post has been posted that many might find appropriate this holiday season.
Food is likely on the minds of many people as we head into the holiday season. Being an agricultural attorney, it’s hard to think about food without also worrying about food product liability. Whether growing turkey or romaine lettuce, producing food for human consumption is a risk-laden endeavor that can lead to legal liability for a farmer. That’s why knowing and following Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) is imperative for farmers who raise produce, eggs, meats, and other foods for direct human consumption. Employing those production practices is critical to producing a safe food product. But what if a food isn’t safe and causes illness or death?