Search Results

52 search results for Farming


Words to Grow By

Gene Logsdon was both philosopher and farmer, writing more than two dozen books and countless columns during his long career. Here, we share wisdom from his final book, ‘Letter to a Young Farmer’

[Article]


A Thoughtful Process

George Remington spent decades as a successful advertising photographer and film director. These days, he’s funneling the passion that drove his career into a small organic farm in Hinckley.

[Article]


My Ohio: Fergie the Faithful

Much more than a tractor, this machine is an old, reliable friend.

[Article]


Farm Flyer

Butch Fisher’s line of work may seem like a retro notion, but crop dusting is a thoroughly modern necessity.

[Article]


Farmer Lee Jones’ The Chef’s Garden

Lee Jones and his family grow specialty ingredients for restaurants in all 50 states and a dozen countries. Here’s how they launched their groundbreaking business.

[Article]


Red Basket Farm, Kinsman

Amy and Floyd Davis grow specialty crops and Ohio favorites at their Trumbull County farm year-round, selling to restaurants, schools and home cooks alike.

[Article]


Mr. Maple

Syrup is in Nate Bissell’s blood. Now, he is working to make Ohio synonymous with the stuff.

[Article]


Grobe’s Fruit Farm, Elyria

Allen Grobe’s farm has been around for more than a century. Now, he is readying it for what comes next.

[Article]


Berry Good

We visited two Ohio growers who cultivate the fruit and got advice on planting your own at home.

[Article]


Weber Ranch, Wayne

Tony and Michelle Weber used their experiences living in Montana to inspire their small Wood County farm, where each pig, cow and chicken is part of an interconnected web.

[Article]


Bring on the Blue

Grow your own or pick your own, blueberries are not only delicious, they’re also packed with healthy ingredients.

[Article]


Honeyrun Farm, Williamsport

Isaac and Jayne Barnes have grown what started out as a hobby into a full-fledged business that sells seasonal honey and other products that are creating a buzz.

[Article]


Farm Fresh

Chef Ben Bebenroth doesn’t just talk about local food, he lives it on his farm in the Cuyahoga Valley.

[Article]


Walking Through History

First published in 1933, Frank Wilcox’s “Ohio Indian Trails” gets reissue.

[Article]


Storied Land

Hollywood celebrates the legacy of Mansfield's Louis Bromfield.

[Article]


Ohio State Fair: Where to Cool Off

When the midday sun starts to blaze, it’s time to look for a little shade. Here are spots to chill out and discover some really cool things.

[Article]


Best Hometowns 2012: Grove City

Every year, Ohio Magazine honors five communities across the state for their livability, as measured by education, parks and recreation, arts and entertainment offerings, services and, most important, citizen involvement. The 2013 Best Hometowns meet and surpass these criteria. In the following pages, you'll get a glimpse of Findlay, Gallipolis, Greenville, Grove City and Peninsula — and some of their proud residents.

[Article]


Best Hometowns 2013–2014: Aurora

Aurora focuses on education and the importance of natural spaces.

[Article]


Farm to Glass: Bent Ladder

Matt Vodraska makes handcrafted hard ciders using both modern apples and heirloom varieties that date back centuries. You can try them at his cidery’s tasting room in Doylestown.

[Article]


Kids’ Country

Make your next visit to Ohio’s Amish communities a family outing, with buggy rides, penny candy and the World’s Largest Cuckoo Clock.

[Article]


20 of 52 results