The Grain Bin Rescue Workshop held on Saturday, April 22, at 9:00am is open to the public. Taught by the OSU Ag Safety Program, the workshop is designed to teach farmers, farm families and community members about the hazards associated with stored grain. At the conclusion of the classroom section, participants will have the opportunity to view the Grain Comprehensive Agriculture Rescue Trailer (CART), ask questions and stay to watch emergency personnel complete their hands-on training. Community participants are not allowed to participate in the actual rescue-training portion.
If you have previously attended a Dining with Diabetes class, don't miss this opportunity to catch up with friends, enjoy great food and learn even more ways to create healthy meals and snacks. Please RSVP to the Extension Office by callling 513-732-7070 or email email@example.com. Hope to see you there.
If you are looking for assistance in completing your general 4-H project, we have just the thing, "Project Progress Saturdays". The Family and Consumer Sciences Teen Board is hosting 2 Saturdays where members can come together and recieve help in preparing their 4-H projects for County and State judging. They will be June 4th and June 18th at the Clermont County 4-H Hall. There will be food, activities, and lots of fun for all 4-H members. If you would like more information or to register, click on the link below. Registration deadline is May 20, 2016.
The OSU Fruit and Vegetable Safety Team will be conducting an educational program for growers of fresh produce regarding Good Agricultural Practices (GAP). This is a very helpful program for fruit and vegetable growers of any size operation. Topics covered will include: water quality, manure and compost application, wildlife intrusion, food safety and risk assessments. Learn the best practices for producing high-quality, safe produce. Click here for registration information.