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That coyote isn’t such a crazy clown

August 30, 2015 Long ago, when the world was young, all the land was empty except for the Old Man, Na-pe, and his sometimes-friend and sometimes-enemy A-pe’si, the Coyote, and a few buffalo. .. more »»

August can be rewarding, but brings chores

August 30, 2015 August has been a rewarding month in the garden. more »»

Outdoor Briefs, Aug. 30

August 30, 2015 Pheasants Forever invites youth to sporting clays event Seneca County Pheasants Forever is to host a Youth Sporting Clay event 2-5:30 p.m. Sept. 20 at Miller Conservation Farm, 5670 E. TR 138. more »»

Park Programs, Aug. 30

August 30, 2015 Seneca County • Flowers are the topic of a Backpackin’ Babies program at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Seneca County Park District’s Steyer Nature Preserve. more »»

Eating — the ultimate joy of gardening

August 16, 2015 Oh the joy of going out into the garden and picking something for supper. more »»

Cicadas supply the soundtrack of summer

August 16, 2015 The Deep Stillness Seeps into the rocks The voice of the cicadas — Matsuo Basho For many Japanese, the cicada’s song is the very essence of summer. more »»

Outdoor Briefs, Aug. 16

August 16, 2015 Sandusky County parks offering naturalist training FREMONT — Sandusky County Park, in conjunction with Ohio State University Extension, is planning an Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalist training... more »»

Park Programs, Aug. 16

August 16, 2015 Tiffin Park & Recreation • Tiffin Park & Recreation is to host the annual NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition Aug. 23 at Mayer Field, Heidelberg University’s football field. more »»

Daylilies colorful and easy to grow

August 2, 2015 It is almost impossible to walk a block in Tiffin at this time of the year without passing a clump of day-lilies. more »»

Talk of a different kind of bloom requires background on algae

August 2, 2015 It’s interesting how what passes for geekiness changes over time. Consider the once unhip phycologist, a biologist specializing in the study of algae. more »»

Outdoor briefs, Aug. 2

August 2, 2015 Conservancy hosting nature photography workshop PEMBERVILLE — Black Swamp Conservancy is planning a nature photography workshop by noted photographer George Sydlowski at 6:30 p.m. more »»

Park Programs, Aug. 2

August 2, 2015 Tiffin Park & Recreation • The last Summer PLAY Day of the summer is set for Thursday at Schekelhoff Park. more »»

Meet the river at the source

June 21, 2015 “No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man. more »»

Garlo growing

May 14, 2015 Seneca County Park District is moving ahead with taking ownership of 10 acres donated by Alma and Dolly Garlo at Garlo Heritage Nature Preserve. more »»

Master Gardeners’ plant sale May 16-17

May 9, 2015 This is my annual “commercial” advertising the events provided for the public by the Master Gardeners of Seneca County. more »»

Outdoor Briefs, May 9

May 9, 2015 OSS compost workshop set for May 19 at Garlo Preserve Composting is a form of recycling that can happen in anyone’s back yard, and Ottawa Sandusky Seneca Solid Waste District is planning its annual... more »»

Park Programs, May 9

May 9, 2015 Seneca County • Seneca County Park District invites Young Adventurers ages 6-12 and anyone else interested in learning about vultures to a Vulture Culture program at 5 p.m. more »»

Retiree spends free time on parks

April 11, 2015 After 34 years as a teacher and 28 years as a football coach, Kevin Roush has settled down in retirement as a part-time charter bus driver and a volunteer for the Seneca County Park District. more »»

Senate bill makes ag conference more relevant

February 25, 2015 ADA — Passage of Senate Bill 1 by the Ohio Senate makes the water quality portion of the Conservation Tillage Conference even more relevant, according to conference coordinator Randall Reeder. more »»

House plants help spell doldrums until spring

February 6, 2015 While we endure the winter months and find the best view of the garden is through a window from the comfort of a warm room, this is an opportunity to look over the indoor plants in the hous. more »»



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