Child care is a crisis in the United States, but it is mostly invisible in agriculture. Farm parents are working parents juggling a dangerous and stressful job with child care. This fact has been ignored for too long. As Bob Dylan would say, “The times they are a-changin’.”Read More
In small towns and rural communities, we don’t spend our Saturdays in a coffee shop lingering over a $5 drink. We spend that fiver 25 cents at a time to clothe our kids and buy kitchen gadgets we don’t really need. Here’s what you need to know about buying and selling at garage sales during a pandemic.Read More
Question: I’ve been searching for a hand sanitizer and finally found a large bottle at a nearby store. The problem is, when I got home, I found out that it has methanol alcohol in it. Is it safe to use, and is it effective against COVID-19?
The answer is “NO”. Experts at OSU explain why.
Keeping kids learning at home can be a challenge. A new interactive site teaches the importance of propane safety. Kids can explore a virtual farm or create their own, play games like farm bingo and spot-the-difference, color digital coloring pages, and conduct fun science experiments.Read More