Learn more about ginseng hunting and cultivation

| July 26, 2017

COSHOCTON – Coshocton County OSU Extension and Coshocton County Farm Bureau will be hosting an informational program on ginseng hunting and cultivation on Monday, Aug. 14. Speakers for the program include Chip Carroll, Sanctuary Steward at United Plant Savers Botanical Sanctuary, Jeff Berry, Muskingum County ODNR Wildlife Officer and Jerrod Allison, Coshocton County ODNR Wildlife Officer.

Hunting for ginseng can be an enjoyable income-generating pastime. There are definite rules when it comes to hunting ginseng, and there are several best recommended practices for growing wild-simulated ginseng. Learn from ginseng experts and get answers to any questions that you may have about hunting and growing ginseng.

The program will be at 7 p.m. at Frontier Power Community Room, 770 S. Second St. in Coshocton. This is a free program, but reservations are appreciated as space is limited. Call 740-622-2265 to RSVP. Visit coshocton.osu.edu for information.

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