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Hope IS a Strategy
and care about them and seeking help is in NO WAY a sign of weakness. Some self-care tips to maintain ... https://www.teagasc.ie/animals/amr/disease-prevention/ U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (n.d.). Caring for your mental health. National ...
Fruit and Vegetable Team
State Specialist email@example.com (614) 292-3006 Pesticide Application Technology Pesticide Waste ...
How to schedule the GRAIN C.A.R.T.?
AWARENESS program for local farmers and agribusiness managers to teach them about the hazards associated ... about partnering with the local fire department or your local OSU Extension office to provide both the ... Lyndon.Nofziger@com.state.oh.us or 614-348-4068. In order to more efficiently serve Ohio communities, please consider partnering ...
Deliver Your Hay to the Market Safely
vehicle%20and%20load,of%20the%20Ohio%20Revised%20Code to learn more about load restrictions in Ohio. Keep ... wider than 10ft think about having someone drive as an escort vehicle. Follow the rules of the road- It ... harvest! To learn more about transporting hay safely check out these useful resources. ...
Source Water Protection webinar
as we focus on this important topic. We will hear about the Source Water Collaborative, learn how ... working with communities on source water protection planning. Join us! Featured Speakers: Sylvia Malm, ...
Have No Fear..Honey Bee Swarms are Near
within a few days. If you are concerned about a bee swarm, however, please contact your local extension ... bees. There are many presentations posted as well for you to watch and learn about all things bees! Beth ...
Roadway Safety During Crop Scouting Activities
• Be cautious of fields that had recent spray applications and adhere to posted re-entry interval ...
When the Rain Won’t Let Up
examine the future of the farm. Talk with family and employees about any improvements or goals you have ...
PFOA + PFOS
still learning about the health effects of exposures to mixtures of PFAS. Laboratory animals exposed to ...
PFOA (Perfluorooctanoic acid)
infants, and unborn babies may be at more risk of health effects. Scientists are still learning about the ...