Conservation families sought by ODNR PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 18 April 2013 09:29
COLUMBUS - The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) will acknowledge Ohio farm families who are leaders in the areas of conservation for the 2013 Conservation Farm Family Awards. The awards program is sponsored by the ODNR Division of Soil and Water Resources, Ohio Farmer Magazine and the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation.
The Conservation Farm Family Award program has recognized Ohio farm families since 1984 for their efforts in managing natural and human resources while meeting both production and conservation goals. Individual farmers, partnerships or family farm corporations are eligible for nomination, provided a substantial portion of their income is derived from farming. The judging is based on the nominee's use of new and traditional conservation techniques, comprehensive management, individual initiative in applying conservation measures and the nominee's willingness to share conservation information, experiences and philosophy with others.
Five area finalists will be selected from across the state, and these finalists will be recognized at the annual Farm Science Review in September. They will also receive a $400 award, courtesy of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, and be featured in the September issue of Ohio Farmer Magazine.
Nomination forms can be obtained from local county soil and water conservation districts or by visiting the division's website http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/tabid/21817/Default.aspx. The forms must be returned by May 1 to Ohio Farmer Magazine, 117 W. Main St., Suite 202, Lancaster, Ohio 43130.
 

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