The Legal and Business Side of Estate Planning –
Thursday, March 5, 2020
6:30 PM – 9:00 PM • Clinton County Extension Office
Peggy Hall – Director, OSU Agricultural & Resource Law Program, Ohio State University Extension
CLICK HERE for more information and registration requirements.
Agricultural Fertilizer 3 Hour Certification Training –
Friday, March 6th, 2020
9:00AM – 12:00PM – Fayette County Extension Office
This meeting will fulfill the three-hour requirement for private and commercial applicators who need the agricultural fertilizer applicator certification.
Cost is $30.00 dollars with registration form. For more information click here.
Central State University – Hemp Growing and Processing Trade Show
Thursday, March 12th, 2020 – 2:00PM – 7:00PM
Central State University-Xenia
For more information and how to register for this event CLICK HERE.
If you didn’t get at chance to see inside the Parker House Hotel before its demolition this week, check out the virtual tour that was filmed during Leadership Highland’s tour of the building in September of 2018. Also worth watching is McClain High School Students’ video that also tells the history of the building, see both films below.
Brooke Beam, PhD
Ohio State University Extension, Highland County
Agriculture and Natural Resources/Community Development Extension Educator
February 25, 2020
On January 29, 2020, participants in Leadership Highland met to learn more about local government in Highland County.
The day started by meeting with the Highland County Commissioners, where Commissioners Terry Britton and Jeff Duncan described their positions and the kinds of situations they deal with on a regular basis.
Judge Rocky Coss taught Leadership Highland participants about the Common Pleas Court and the history of the courtroom. Tom Horst led the group on a tour of the prosecutor’s office and the old jail. Horst also showed the circus posters that were repurposed for the roof of the old jail, which can be viewed from the attic of the building.
During lunch, the group discussed plans for their group project.
The final location that was visited during the day was the Highland County Engineer’s Office. Chris Fauber, Highland County Engineer, and Christian Dunlap, Deputy Engineer spoke about road construction projects in the county and the process of snow removal. Fauber and Dunlap provided at tour of the shop, salt storage facility, and where they make road signs in-house.
The next meeting of Leadership Highland will highlight local manufacturing. For more information about Leadership Highland, or other OSU Extension programming, contact the OSU Extension office in Hillsboro at 937-393-1918.