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Ridgemont's Jolliff Named Outstanding Ag Educator

Ridgemont Ag teacher and Hardin County Ag Hall of Fame member Stephanie Jolliff has been awarded the Region 4 Outstanding Teacher of the Year award. 
 
Mrs. Jolliff is a graduate of Ohio State and has been teaching at Ridgemont Schools for the last years. She was recently awarded the Region Four Outstanding Teacher at the 90th National FFA Convention held in Indianapolis, Indiana. In an interview with Thomas Shaw from the National FFA, Stephanie tells that being raised on a rural farm and influence from family lead her to be a Ag teacher.
 
“I grew up on a rural farm in Morrow county and had a family member who was an Ag teacher who supported my interest. I saw that kids in Ag knew what they wanted to do in life and had a direction. I looked at the opportunity to make a difference in people's lives. And I wanted to make the community a better place.” Jolliff said.

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County Master Gardeners Take Home State Awards

Hardin County OSU Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Coordinator Dave McPheron accepts the state award for the Outstanding MGV Invasive Species Project-medium division at the State Master Gardener Volunteer Conference.
 

The Hardin County OSU Extension Master Gardener Volunteers brought back two state awards from the Ohio MGV Conference held last month at The Ohio State University in Columbus.


‘Invasive Species Media Series’ was recognized as state winner for the Invasive Species Outstanding MGV Project award category for medium sized groups at this annual conference.


Also, the Hardin County group was recognized as a platinum ‘Standards of Excellence’ award winner. This is the highest degree of accomplishment for a county Master Gardener Volunteer program, based on guidelines set up by the Ohio State University Extension.

 

 

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Hardin County Beef Producers Seeking Public Input

The Hardin County Cattle Producers is seeking the public's input. The group said that they would like to increase the number of beef projects at the Hardin County Fair, and question how they can get more junior fair members involved. 

 

The survey is available here.

 

(Photo courtesy of the Hardin County Agriculturual Society)

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