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  1. Hamilton County Master Gardener Volunteers Adopt-a-Day at the Krohn Conservatory Butterfly Show

    Apr. 11, 2019

    Hamilton County Master Gardener Volunteers were involved with Adopt-a-Day at this year's Butterfly Show at Cincinnati Parks Krohn Conservatory on April 11th.  Master Gardeners volunteered to provide all day coverage to staff the Butterflies of Ecuador.

     

     

  2. 4-H News and Happenings 4-8-19

    Apr. 08, 2019

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  3. 4-H News and Happenings 3-16-19

    Mar. 16, 2019

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  4. Hamilton County 4-H News and Happenings 2-6-19

    Feb. 06, 2019

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  5. Two Minutes with Tony- Art

    Feb. 06, 2019

    Have you ever stared at an object so beautiful that you couldn’t look away? The stars in the night sky, the face of your child, the ocean at sunset.

    Have you ever heard a sound so comfortable that you lost track of time? The laughter of a child, your favorite childhood song, crickets in the forest.

  6. EFNEP Class Featured in Cincinnati Enquirer: Eating smart, being active classes to Forest Park

    Feb. 01, 2019

    Each week, Margarita Lewis from OSU Extension shares information on nutrition, healthy cooking, physical activity, stretching food dollars, and more. Participants learned to make recipes like enchilada casserole and fish tacos. They also receieve items to use at home, such as measuring cups, cutting mats, and a food thermometer. Everyone who completes all nine classes was given a graduation certificate and cookbook.

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  7. Catalyst for Compassion

    Jan. 24, 2019

    Originally presented at the OSU Community Engagement Conference the following is a transcript of Tony Staubach's presentation, "Catalyst for Compassion." Check out this inspirational message.

     

  8. Government shutdowns . . . What about them?

    Jan. 22, 2019

    As of the writing of this blog post (1/14/19) we are 24 days into the partial shutdown of our federal government. This is the longest shutdown in U.S. history. The next closest was 21 days in 1995-1996 under President Bill Clinton. I found myself wondering why shutdowns happen, what circumstances lead to them, when have they happened, and how long have they lasted. And, what impact does this have on people, communities, and the economy?

  9. Pay Attention to the Footprint of Snow

    Jan. 21, 2019

    Damage to trees and shrubs by heavy snow and ice accumulation, or by snow removal efforts, may produce plant symptoms that don't become evident until late spring or early summer.  Connecting cause with effect can be difficult because the source of the damage is long gone by the time symptoms appear.

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  10. Government Shutdown: Resources for Consumers Whose Income is Interrupted

    Jan. 16, 2019

    As the shutdown of the federal government continues, eXtension Financial Security for All Community of Practices, has compiled some resources for consumers whose income is interrupted.

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    2. Resources for Employees Impacted by Furlough (Read more…)

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