The Medina Farm Bureau has announced that it is offering scholarships for the Young Ag Professionals Winter Leadership Experience event on Feb. 2-3, 2018 in Columbus. 2018 YAP Winter Conference Scholarship Details - Up to five, $100 scholarships will be awarded, via mail, to individuals who attend the conference - Scholarships are available to
Farm Bureau focuses on water quality and offers free water tests to members In September of 2014, Ohio Farm Bureau approved a Water Quality Action Plan with the goal of helping to improve water quality statewide. Since 2014, action plan activities include edge-of-field nutrient runoff monitoring and conservation efforts through the Blanchard River Demonstration Farms
Are you worried that the cost of your Health Insurance is too high? Then join us to learn more about a savings opportunity, obtaining health insurance through the OFBF Health Insurance options. To learn more, please consider attending the event: Wednesday, June 14 | 7-8:30 PM Letha House ~ 5800 Richman Rd, Spencer, OH 44275
On April 7, 2017, the Medina County Farm Bureau hosted it’s annual Policy Development Meeting with local officials and professionals at the Medina County Administration Building. Thank you to local officials and professionals who attended: Judge Kevin Dunn Jeff Van Loon, Department of Soil & Water Kyle White, OSU Extension Colin Johnson, Medina County Health Department John
Lindsay Shoup of Orrville is the new Ohio Farm Bureau Federation organization director for Ashland, Holmes, Medina and Wayne counties. She succeeds John Fitzpatrick, who recently retired after 18 years in the position. Shoup will work with the counties and Ohio Farm Bureau to develop and implement programs and activities that strengthen their organizations, serve
Every year American Farm Bureau Federation recognizes the top county Farm Bureau programs across the country through its County Activities of Excellence awards, and this year eight of the nation’s top 24 county Farm Bureau programs came from Ohio. Medina County Farm Bureau won for our Ag Facts that we run in the Medina Post.
Michael Boyert of Seville was elected to a three-year term as Northeast regional trustee for Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF) during the organization’s 97th annual meeting Dec. 2-4 in Columbus. Boyert will represent members in 20 northeast Ohio counties and will help govern the state’s largest and most inclusive farm organization. He began his Farm