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School-Afterschool Garden Conference Set for May 2, 2014 on the OSU campus in Columbus, Ohio
The second annual school garden conference, "Cultivating Curiosity: The Teachable Garden," has been scheduled for May 2, 2014 from 9-4 pm at the Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center in Columbus, OH. The event is sponsored by Ohio State University Extension in Franklin County, Ohio.
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Real Money, Real World Program Teaches Financial Skills to Youth
Real Money, Real World is an onsite simulation that teaches financial literacy to youth.
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The Second Annual School Garden Conference, "Cultivating Curiosity: The Teachable Garden" will be held on May 2nd on the Ohio State University Campus in Columbus, Ohio. The event is sponsored by OSU Extension, Franklin County.
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Call the hot line! March 1-October 31
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State News
Sensitive Crop Registry Initiated by ODA
A voluntary informational tool designed for producers and apiarists to communicate and protect sensitive crops and bees
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The Local Foods Guide has arrived!
When you buy direct from the farmer you are re-establishing a time-honored connection with the grower.
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