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  • Newsletter Archive and Advertising | OEFFA News
    1 Winter 2009 Vol 29 2 Spring 2009 Vol 29 3 Late Spring 2009 Vol 29 4 Summer 2009 Vol 29 5 Fall 2009 Vol 29 6 Late Fall 2009 Vol 30 1 Winter 2010 Vol 30 2 Spring 2010 Vol 30 3 Summer 2010 Vol 30 4 Fall 2010 Vol 31 1 Winter 2011 Vol 31 2 Spring 2011 Vol 31 3 Summer 2011 Vol 31 4 Fall 2011 Vol 32 1 Winter 2012 Vol 32 2 Spring 2012 Vol 32 3 Summer 2012 Vol 32 4 Fall 2012 Vol 33 1 Winter 2013 Vol 33 2 Spring 2013 Vol 33 3 Summer 2013 Vol 33 4 Fall 2013 Vol 34 1 Winter 2014 Vol 34 2 Spring 2014 Vol 34 3 Summer 2014 Vol 34 4 Fall 2014 Vol 35 1 Winter 2015 Vol 35 2 Spring 2015 Vol 35 3 Summer 2015 Vol 35 4 Fall 2015 Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Archives Select Month February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 September

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  • OEFFA Stewardship and Service Award Winners | OEFFA News
    on the OEFFA Board along with two stints on the North Central Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education SARE Program Technical Review Committee She is a founding member of OEFFA s Lake Effect Chapter and has hosted several OEFFA farm tours 2013 Service Award Rev Charles Frye Ashland Co Rev Charles Frye served on the OEFFA Board for more than 30 years and has held both the President and Vice President offices Frye is a retired United Methodist Church pastor who served local churches for 37 years Frye began his involvement with OEFFA after spending seven years of his ministry life involved with the Rural Urban Gardening Project creating community gardens by encouraging collaborations between diverse communities He and his wife Rev Nancy Hull live on 40 acres in Ashland County which includes a garden and 40 heirloom fruit trees blueberries and asparagus plants Frye and his wife are the parents of a blended family with nine living children and fourteen grandchildren He received his bachelor s degree in psychology and sociology from Kent State University in 1955 and a master s in theological studies from Perkins School of Theology in 1958 2012 Stewardship Award Doug Seibert and Leslie Garcia Peach Mountain Organics Greene Co Doug Seibert and Leslie Garcia of Greene County have farmed organically at Peach Mountain Organics since 1992 growing certified organic mixed vegetables microgreens fresh cut flowers mushrooms hay and greenhouse plants They sell their products at the Yellow Springs Farmers Market local restaurants and grocery and health food stores Peach Mountain Organics has two farm sites and one half acre greenhouse location in Spring Valley Ohio Altogether the operation is 43 acres more than 25 of which are certified organic Doug and Leslie have helped organize group seed and potato orders for other farmers and grown organic bedding plants for other growers hosted farm tours presented OEFFA conference workshops and were involved in the creation of both OEFFA and the Federation of Ohio River Cooperatives 2011 Stewardship Award Deborah Stinner Wayne Co Edward Snavely Curly Tail Organic Farm Knox Co Dr Deborah Stinner is a retired research scientist and administrative coordinator for the Organic Food and Farming Education and Research OFFER program at The Ohio State University s Ohio Agriculture Research and Development Center OARDC in Wooster Ohio Stinner s research specialty is organic farming systems with a focus on specialty small grains for artisan bread and pasta products She helped found the OFFER program in 1998 to provide science based information to Ohio s organic farmers Today OFFER is internationally recognized as a leader in organic farming research and maintains 50 acres of certified research land and 20 organic field experiments Ed Snavely owns and operates Curly Tail Organic Farm a 114 acre farm in Fredericktown Ohio One of Ohio s longest continuously certified farms Snavely has been certified organic since 1989 and raises pastured pork and feed for livestock Snavely has been a member of OEFFA since 1989 and currently serves on the Board

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  • Organic Farming Research Network | OEFFA News
    been systematically or scientifically researched OEFFA researchers at the Ohio State University farmers and other agricultural experts are collaborating to learn more about soil balancing to help farmers use this method more effectively and gain a greater understanding of how soil balancing affects weeds pests and crops As part of this project OEFFA and OSU are working to establish a statewide network of certified organic farms willing to host and participate in on farm research on soil balancing and other topics To participate or to find out more please visit the Organic Farming Research Network website at http organicfarmingresearchnetwork org ohio state edu or contact Eric Pawlowski at 614 421 2022 Ext 209 or eric oeffa org Please note There is no audio for the first 4 minutes of this webinar slides only and there are some audio quality issues early on However the audio quality is normal for the majority of the webinar We apologize for the inconvenience Archives Select Month February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014

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  • OEFFA News › Log In
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  • Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) Good Earth Guide
    and natural farming practices the humane treatment of animals and complete transparency We proudly offer free range eggs pasture raised meat stone milled specialty grains and seasonal produce to the local food marketplace Our products are currently sold directly off the farm on Wednesdays from 1 7pm and Saturdays at the Kent Haymaker Farmers Market Check our online farmers market for weekly product availability and pre order products for pickup

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  • Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) Good Earth Guide
    2014 Products raw milk free range eggs raw cheese grass fed beef pastured pork Description We enjoy farming organically and selling fresh raw milk in gallon jugs free range eggs and raw cheese made from organic milk We also sell grass fed beef and pastured pork Contact James L and Janet M Byers 717 328 3528 Create a Listing Search Guide Update a Listing 2016 OEFFA All materials on this

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  • Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) Good Earth Guide
    by OEFFA Listing updated 06 12 2014 Products Organic popcorn spelt oats alfalfa buckwheat sweet corn oat hay grass fed beef Description This 83 acre farm has been in organic production since 1990 Contact Byron Kauffman 937 465 0126 937 465 0126 fax 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 OEFFA and

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  • Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) Good Earth Guide
    food using organic and or sustainable practices and have supportive kitchen manager and staff who preserve and prepare the food We raise layer and meat chickens grass fed beef feeder hogs and meat goats potatoes squash and beans and peas for the entire year and greens cucumbers lettuce tomatoes summer squash and melons in season The farm program is connected with the academic and social curriculum for the school Contact

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