ODA expands the Farmland Preservation Program

The director of the Ohio Department of Agriculture says preserving the state’s farmland will allow growth in its ag sector. In 1998, the Office of Farmland Preservation created a voluntary agreement with farmers and the ODA to keep farmland for ag use. Brian Baldridge says landowners are financially compensated for joining the program.  “Those participants, they take […]

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