Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Three students from the Fort Recovery High School were recently awarded Fort Recovery Vocational Scholarships of $400 each.Students receiving this scholarship were Nate Knapke, Leah Kunk, and Adam Schmitz. This award is presented to seniors from Fort Recovery who were taking a vocational program through Fort Recovery High School or Tri-Star Career Compact.To become eligible for the scholarship, the student must be nominated by their employer, teacher, or guidance counselor and show an interest in pursuing secondary education at a college, university, or technical school.The scholarship committee would like to thank many local businesses and community members for donating to the scholarship fund over the years. This year’s donors were: A1 Ag Services Inc., Farm Credit Services Inc., Fort Recovery Industries, Green’s Quality Meats LLC., Hastings Auto Sales, Jutte Enterprises, Klingshirn & Sons Trucking, LeFeld Welding and Steel Inc., Mike Kahlig and Son Inc., Nature’s Corner, Reinhard Dairy Products, St. Henry Tile Company Inc., Vore’s Welding and Steel Inc., and Wuebker Construction LLC.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest On June 27 from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m at the Ohio Northern University, McIntosh Center, Ballroom (yes, the same big Room A, upstairs, used for the Conservation Tillage Conference) cover crop experts and suppliers in Ohio will be featured in a meeting focused on how to handle the many prevented planting acres in northwest Ohio.David Brandt (Walnut Creek Seeds), Dwight Clary (Clary Farms LLC), Cody Beacom (Bird Agronomics), and Alan Sundermeier, OSU Extension, Wood County will talk cover crops. Weed control is also critical in prevented planting situations and Jeff Stachler, OSU Extension Auglaize County, will speak on the topic. Brad Wingfield, Wingfield Crop Insurance Service, will cover the numerous crop insurance issues farmers will have to work through.Additional questions and discussion will be fielded by Bret Margraf, Seneca Conservation District, and Jan Layman, president of Ohio No-Till Council. The focus will be on cover crop options. What will be your next cash crop? Do you want to graze or harvest forage? USDA announced this can be done Sept. 1, whereas the previous rule is Nov. 1. When can (or should) you plant certain cover crop mixes? What Cover Crop seeds are available? (Prices for several will rise.) Can leftover soybean seed be used? (Probably not allowed to plant until July 15. Can you get a refund of tech fee?) How much can you afford? Other than for grazing/forage, you may hope to pay no more than $20 per acre. More details will be announced soon. This program has multiple sponsors and supporters including the Ohio No-Till Council, OSU Extension, SWCDs, USDA, and Ohio Farm Bureau. This program will be free.
This summer, we are back! With our geocar, from Geneva, we will try to discover news places and of course enjoying them. A big thanks to each owners who show us a part of his country with a different eye. It’s like that the best ! Greetings from Switzerland! – Blackrose76 SharePrint RelatedGeoheimnisse der Region Hannover GeoTour (GT31)November 17, 2017In “GeoTours”Schatzhüterin GeoTourOctober 7, 2015In “GeoTours”Travel like a local, not a touristApril 23, 2019In “News” Today, the trip went to towards Randers to get some more of the geotour caches. The weather was perfect for geocaching and it was a nice trip along the small roads. Some exciting places and some exciting stories, so it was a pleasure to be on the tour. – TogLYou can earn up to three different GeoTour Randers geocoins when you find at least 22 qualifying geocaches. With so much to see and do, it is recommended that visitors set aside at least two days to complete the entire Randers GeoTour!Combine geocaching and travel to uplevel your vacations. GeoTour Hosts highlight the best of the best from their destination. View the map and complete list of GeoTours here. The hardest part will be choosing which GeoTour to do first!Share with your Friends:More Many thanks to all owners for the effort with their works, the fun for us with the caches, the showing of some great places, the integration in various beta tests (including a maintenance round) and a generally nice time during this summer ! – ANNI181 Randers is Denmark’s sixth largest city and offers all the amenities of a modern city without losing the connection to its past. Its proximity to nature allows for an active holiday with biking, hiking, or kayaking in the beautiful surroundings. Where else in Scandinavia will you find a tropical zoo akin to a jungle with over 200 species of animals living freely under three geodesic domes representing South America, Africa, and Asia? Or find a replica of Elvis’ home Graceland where you can learn about his life, music and see the world’s 10th largest collection of his belongings? GC738E7 – Udbyhøj Lystbådehavn, Udbyhøj Yacht Harbour feeds into the mouth of Randers Fjord.What else can be found in Randers? Denmark’s only GeoTour, GeoTour Randers (GT81), which is as diverse as the city that hosts it. So, grab your passport (for travel and geocache logging purposes) as you discover the 67 caches on this GeoTour!Galleri Grevelsgaard BL Geotour RandersTraditional Cache | GC7RMEJ | D1.5 / T1.5GC7RMEJ – Galleri Grevelsgaards creative owner and glass artist has designed the one-of-a-kind glass geocache container.This geocache, placed in collaboration with the creative owner of Galleri Grevelsgaard, sits proudly among many unique art pieces, including flowers made of glass, deer made of manipulated wood fibers, and a decoration made of 100% quality geocache material. You may mistake the cache container for another part of the outdoor collection, as it is sheltered by its own properly decorated matching glass hjem (home in Danish)!Memphis Mansion, Geotour RandersMystery Cache | GC70DCV | D2.5 / T2.5GC70DCV – Memphis Mansion, identical to Graceland in Memphis, houses the only Elvis Museum outside the USA.Memphis Mansion is a tribute to the King of Rock’n’Roll, and the exterior is identical to Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee. As the only Elvis museum outside the USA, it is also the only Elvis museum to host the final of a Mystery Cache on its grounds! The five stages take visitors to different sections of the museum, gathering vital information and Elvis trivia before arriving at the solution for the final coordinates. The city even enjoys a Randers City Blues Festival in the month of June. If visiting the city in August, don’t miss the annual Garden Party on location!VisitRanders, Geotour RandersTraditional Cache | GC75J1Q | D3 / T1.5GC75J1Q – Find the VisitRanders information building in the cozy square in the old city center of Randers.The building for VisitRanders, a destination for any and all tourist information, stands in the central, and very cozy, square in the old city center of Randers. On top of the building, you can see sculptures of the Neptune, god of the sea, Mercury, god of commerce, as well as the Vulcan, god of metalworking, Vulcan, as symbols of the most important sources of income of the town: shipping, commerce, and industry. During business hours, there is a Traditional Cache container cleverly tucked away inside the building that is more difficult to sign than you might think.What geocachers are saying: