I like history, but I’m not very good at retaining the details. I have to really concentrate on remembering all the names, dates and places. You can probably guess then that my Leadership Coshocton County history day was a whirlwind of facts. However, there was one story among the many we heard that made an [...]
FRESNO – The “harvest” has long been a time of celebration. Harvest marks the end of a season with the hard physical labor of bringing in the corps and with most of the canning and preserving done for the coming winter months ahead, it is truly a time to celebrate. Actually our modern school year [...]
FRESNO – Regardless if you sit them on your front porch for Halloween or bake them into pies as a Thanksgiving staple, pumpkins are an autumn favorite and fall tradition. Ohio is one of the leading pumpkins producers in the US and the vendors at the Fresno Farmers’ Market are no exception. Despite the dry [...]
FRESNO – The sounds of the grandstand, the roar of the crowd, bright lights, carnival games and rides, harness racing, smells of cotton candy, corn dogs and elephant ears…..it can only mean one thing! The Coshocton County Fair is in full swing! Many of your Fresno Market vendors are contributors to the fair with their [...]
I’ve never really considered myself a leader. I always thought I was too quiet and not outgoing enough. This weekend I found out it’s not true. I started my Leadership Coshocton County journey with a retreat at Salt Fork. I was a little; okay well a lot nervous at first. I’ve never really enjoyed group [...]
With the fall harvest coming in from field and orchard, ones thoughts turn to pumpkins, gourds, pears, plums, apples, and cider. When you think of apples, you have to recall of our area’s legendary Johnny Appleseed, whose story spans generations. Many may think or assume that Johnny Appleseed was a myth or fairytale, when in fact his [...]
Get out a pen and paper, mark your calendar and put a note on the fridge door! This coming Saturday, Sept. 15, the Fresno Farmers’ Market is hosting a community Harvest Stone Soup Supper and you’re all invited! Remember the old folk story of “Stone Soup” in which the old beggar goes door to door [...]
Visit http://feedingcoshoctonandtheworld.blogspot.com/ to view the latest posts for Ag & Natural Resources Extension education in Coshocton County. The blog is hosted by Emily Adams who is the OSU Extension Ag & Natural Resources Educator for Coshocton County.