NELSONVILLE, Ohio—Birds love grapes.
NELSONVILLE, Ohio—Robbin’s Crossing might not be open for visitors yet, but it has some new residents.
On Wednesday, October 10, 2019, students in Hocking College’s Agroecology department held a Farm-to-Table brunch at historic Robbins Crossing from 11AM-Noon.
A Farm-to-Table event is a unique dining experience that encourages guests to sample foods that have all been grown, processed and prepared locally.
One of the most increasingly popular trends in the farming industry is biodynamic agriculture.
Hocking College recently welcomed the new Agroecology Program Manager, Sasha Sigetic.
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In this blog we will review gift ideas for those in the Natural Resources department.
Community Food Initiatives, which is a recent partnership between Hocking College’s Agroecology program and Tri-County Career Center’s (TCC) Culinary Arts program, will be supplying local non-profits and food banks with fresh, home-grown vegetables.