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Author: Julie Pompa

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Growing New Farmers in Northwest Ohio

Interest is building among northwest Ohio aspiring farmers to participate in the Conservancy’s new Black Swamp Food & Farm Initiative. The Initiative will use long-term lease agreements to provide affordable access to farmland, along with connecting aspiring farmers to the services and partners they’ll need to establish sustainable operations. The Initiative is currently accepting applications […]

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A Proper Entrance

Sometimes the best places are the hardest to access. The Conservancy’s 78-acre Redhorse Bend property in Fremont features 16 acres of forest and wetlands, along with 66 acres of farmland and just under a mile of stream channel on the main stem of the Sandusky River. A management plan has been developed to return the […]

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Give While You Shop

There are two ways to protect the environment while you shop – the Kroger Community Rewards Program and Amazon Smile – and just a couple steps can make that happen! Both businesses make donations to local organizations (such as the Conservancy) based on points that users accumulate. You must register online for both programs, but […]

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RFP Issued for Carter Historic Farm Wetland Restoration

Black Swamp Conservancy has opened bidding for management and implementation of a wetland restoration at Carter Historic Farm near Bowling Green, Ohio.

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