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Lost Hiker Incident Spotlights Need for Hiking Preparedness

by Tracey A. Maine

Recently, California resident Holly Suzanne Courtier gained national attention when she mysteriously disappeared during a hike. What started as a trek in Zion National Park in Utah resulted in Courtier vanishing for almost two weeks.

ZWEP Recycling Project Provides Hocking College with Face Shields

by Tracey A. Maine

Hocking College recently received 50 protective face shields for faculty members. The face shields were donated by Zero Waste Event Productions. A grant from the Athens County Foundation and support from Rural Action helped fund the project.

American Guinea Hogs Added to Robbin's Crossing

by Matt Berry

NELSONVILLE, Ohio—Robbin’s Crossing might not be open for visitors yet, but it has some new residents.

The Growing Impact of Biodynamic Farming

by Tim Brunicardi

One of the most increasingly popular trends in the farming industry is biodynamic agriculture.

Hocking College Welcomes New Agroecology Program Manager, Sasha Sigetic

by Tim Brunicardi

Hocking College recently welcomed the new Agroecology Program Manager, Sasha Sigetic.

Hawk's Nest Dining Switches From Plastic to Paper Straws

by Tim Brunicardi

By now you’ve probably noticed that plastic straws are nowhere to be found in the Hawk’s Nest Dining area. But, are you aware of why this switch from plastic to paper straws was made? This blog will help explain the reasoning behind this change and how it will ultimately improve our environment.

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