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  • Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) Good Earth Guide
    158 acre family farm established in 1930 and is permanently protected from development We are organic This is our eighth year for beef which is grass fed and chemical and hormone free The cattle are on open pasture with access to shelter We sell by the half and quarter and are currently taking orders Contact Ardell Price 937 484 3785 Email click to get email Create a Listing Search Guide

    Original URL path: http://www.oeffa.org/userprofile.php?geg=52 (2016-02-17)
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  • Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) Good Earth Guide
    by husband and wife team of Steve and Gretel Adams We specialize in farm fresh cut flowers and sell through local farmers markets as well as florists and grocery stores around the Columbus area We follow sustainable farming practices by using only organic methods to raise our products Most importantly we provide flowers for green weddings and help to educate our brides about using seasonal local flowers for their events Check out our website with links to our blog Tumblr and pinterest pages Contact Steve Adams 614 361 5102 Email click to get email Web site www oursunnymeadows com Clintonville Farmers Market 3519 N High St Columbus Ohio 43214 614 341 7131 May 1 through October Giant Eagle Dublin 6700 Perimeter Loop Rd Dublin Ohio 43017 Giant Eagle New Albany 5461 New Albany Rd New Albany Ohio 43054 Giant Eagle Upper Arlington 4747 Sawmill Rd Columbus Ohio 43220 Granville Farmers Market North Main Street Granville Ohio 43023 740 322 3456 last weekend in May through mid October Hills Market 7860 Olentangy River Road Columbus Ohio 43235 Huffman s Tremont Columbus 2140 Tremont Center Columbus Ohio 43221 The Hills Market Downtown 95 N Grant Ave Columbus Ohio 43215 614 702 7900

    Original URL path: http://www.oeffa.org/userprofile.php?geg=1097 (2016-02-17)
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  • Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) Good Earth Guide
    of Columbus Contact Steve and Pat Sauer 614 262 3332 614 262 0284 fax Email click to get email Asia Market 3456 Cleveland Ave Columbus OH 43224 614 261 6118 Bangkok Grocery 3277 Refugee Rd Columbus OH 43232 614 231 6878 Clintonville Community Market 200 Crestview Road Columbus Ohio 43202 614 261 3663 Crestview Market 2950 N High St Columbus OH 43202 614 267 2723 Four Seas Emporium 3070 N High St Columbus OH 43202 614 261 0154 House of Japan Polaris 8701 Sancus Blvd Columbus OH 43240 614 781 1776 House of Japan Tuttle Crossing 6153 Parkcenter Circle Dublin OH 43017 614 792 2445 Ichiban Eastland 2690 S Hamilton Rd Columbus OH 43232 614 577 9620 Ichiban Graceland 146 Graceland Blvd Columbus OH 43214 614 785 0366 Japanese Steak House 479 N High St Columbus OH 43215 614 228 3030 New Asian Supermarket 3635 W Dublin Granville Rd Columbus OH 43235 614 889 8899 Whole Foods Dublin Granville Rd 3670 W Dublin Granville Rd Columbus Ohio 43235 614 760 5556 Whole Foods Upper Arlington 1555 W Lane Ave Upper Arlington Ohio 43221 614 481 3400 Yao Lee Oriental Supermarket 2848 N High St Columbus OH 43202 614 262 7631

    Original URL path: http://www.oeffa.org/userprofile.php?geg=881 (2016-02-17)
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  • Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) Good Earth Guide
    lettuce peas carrots cabbage tomatoes peppers squash zucchini kale Description We are a family run small urban farm looking to provide our region with local fresh organic produce We have submitted our application to OEFFA for the 2014 season Contact Jennifer Mergos 313 556 6095 Email click to get email Create a Listing Search Guide Update a Listing 2016 OEFFA All materials on this website are the copyrighted work of

    Original URL path: http://www.oeffa.org/userprofile.php?geg=1277 (2016-02-17)
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  • Ohio Ecological Food & Farm Association (OEFFA) Good Earth Guide Product Search
    Westerville OH Delaware Nina Brand Green Springs Haven Profile Clyde OH Sandusky Les and Brenda Koth Certified Organic by OEFFA Greenacres Farm Profile Cincinnati OH Hamilton Erin Payne Gregg Farms Profile Fredericktown OH Knox Randy Gregg Groundswell Community Farm Profile Zeeland MI non ohio Katie Brandt Certified Organic by OEFFA Happy Hill Farm Profile Fresno OH Coshocton John Jr and Ruth Miller Certified Organic by OEFFA Happy Thyme Garden Farm Profile Richfield OH Summit Arlene and Ed Pepera Harmon Creek Farms Profile Uniontown Ohio Stark Justin Miller Harmonious Homestead Profile Columbus OH Franklin Rachel Tayse Harms Farms Profile Brookville OH Montgomery Shari Harms Harris Organic Farm Profile Wilmington OH Clinton Jeff Harris Certified Organic by OEFFA Harris Miller Farm Profile Oxford OH Preble William Miller Certified Organic by OEFFA Harvest Sun Farm Profile New Knoxville OH Shelby Jeff and Deb Eschmeyer Certified Organic by OEFFA Harvesting Earth Educational Farm Profile Flint MI non ohio Dora King Certified Organic by OEFFA Harvey s Family Farm Profile West Salem OH Ashland Harvey Stutzman Certified Organic by OEFFA Haulin Hoof Farm Profile New Marshfield OH Athens Christopher and Valerie Fox Hawk Creek Farm Profile Bolivar OH Stark Jason Corder Haymay s Farm Profile Williamsport OH Pickaway James Taglia Healthy Treasures Inc Profile Newton Falls OH Trumbull Blake Suzelis Heckman Farms and Organic Products Profile Yorkshire OH Darke William Heckman Certified Organic by OEFFA Henson Family Farm LLC Profile New Vienna OH Clinton Bob and Mindy Henson Certified Organic by OEFFA Her Bold Farm Profile Cadiz OH Harrison Holly and John Herbold Certified Organic by OEFFA Herban Pioneer Profile Gahanna OH Franklin Bill Papworth Heritage Lane Farm Profile Salem OH Columbiana Kevin and Sarah Swope Hickory Hollow Profile Wellsville OH Columbiana Janine Welsby High Mill Park Profile Massillon OH Stark Janee Houston High Mowing

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  • Middlefield plant growth guru says strong plants make strong soil | OEFFA News
    of findings lost in a rush to chemical solutions and the fragmentation of plant study Farmers used to be generalists he said Now there are so many specialists and they don t always talk to each other An incredible amount of information never gets applied to the field A member of the Amish community who set down his straw hat before his presentation Kempf said much of what he s saying can be obtained by Internet searches He recommended a Google search for the words nutrient requirements of before adding the Latin name of the plant to be grown Also helpful he said is the online bookstore operated by www acresusa com He recommended that home gardeners start with seeds from good sources such as Baker Creek Johnny s Selected Seeds and Fedco well composted soil and then follow a proper schedule of nutrient application Over application of certain elements can inhibit plants from accessing nutrients with potassium and calcium frequently at odds He advocates the analysis of sap from living plants rather than the more common practice of testing dried plant matter for nutritional content When the crop is still alive in the ground he said there may still be time to improve it He relies on the Bellville company Crop Health Labs 1 800 495 7938 Kempf said he got interested in plant health when he noticed a patch of cantaloupe on his family farm planted on two kinds of soil one with a long history of chemical use and one without The latter had fewer pests and disease which sent him into a self education and eventually a consulting business He operates Advancing Eco Agriculture at 4551 Parks West Road Middlefield 44062 where he sells nutrients for both commercial and home use At OEFFA Kempf recounted numerous

    Original URL path: http://www.oeffa.org/news/?p=1923 (2016-02-17)
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  • Granville, C-TEC students team up on food posters | OEFFA News
    had lists of farmers food processors and other key stakeholders to visit in central Ohio to begin their research We did a schoolwide field trip to all of these locations he said of those represented on the posters They interviewed the individuals after doing research and coming up with their questions After taking photos and writing the text Reding said We turned it over to Mrs Kinsley s students who put the posters in place The visual arts students used a template provided by Lexicon to produce the posters A key challenge was taking numerous photos as many as 80 and knitting them together on the poster to make them look like one single photo There s close to 30 or 40 hours of work on the final posters Reding said all approved by Lexicon C TEC student Grant Harris of Lakewood High School helped assemble numerous photos to create a poster depicting the Greener Grocer at the North Market in Columbus I ve always liked the atmosphere of the North Market he said Everybody gets together to show their foods and their culture Granville students Bailey Blanchard and Emily Pitcher provided the text and photos What we wanted to drive home here was that the Greener Grocer follows a value driven system Blanchard said Those values listed on the poster are nutrient dense organic and affordable Closer to home Granville students Conner Wallace and Maddy Richardson chose Snapshots Lounge in Granville where owner Lucas Atwood uses locally grown food and will plant his own garden behind the lounge this spring to grow produce for his menu All food served is sourced within a 3 mile radius of Licking County as part of the 30 mile meal movement states the poster featuring Atwood and his chef Drew Spurlock They re

    Original URL path: http://www.oeffa.org/news/?p=1921 (2016-02-17)
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  • ‘Safe, cheap food’ is a big myth says OEFFA keynote speaker Alan Guebert | OEFFA News
    sees the appetite for that food increasing he also sees a greater backlash from industrial agriculture He cited the millions recently spent in western states on defeating campaigns on labeling genetically modified food Are they trying to educate me or are they telling me what to think he asked A lot of people in agriculture don t want you to succeed he told the group Somehow they see your success as their failure Corporate agriculture would love to say Sit down and eat and shut up Guebert rebutted the message that industrial agriculture provides our country with the safest cheapest food on the planet Maybe cheap isn t all it s cracked up to be he said citing U S Department of Agriculture statistics that 24 percent of cut up chicken parts carry salmonella bacteria He also mentioned a Consumer Reports study that showed one third of bacteria on chicken was resistant to antibiotics According to the Centers for Disease Control the pathogen causes 1 5 million illnesses each year 19 000 hospitalizations and 380 deaths When did eating become such a gamble he said and not even a good gamble With all the subsidies from tax monies Guebert said big ag is not interested in giving up its dominant role But he believes the tide is turning in Washington D C and that the next farm bill might just be a food bill Are you ready for that he asked Are you ready for a member of Congress to ask you how important sustainable agriculture is to the health of America and can you answer it in five minutes What would you say Do you have a vision If not you d better get one Good luck Godspeed and I mean it Post navigation OEFFA Announces 2015 Stewardship and

    Original URL path: http://www.oeffa.org/news/?p=1919 (2016-02-17)
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