|Network Name||Description||Last Updated||Creator||Subscription|
|Food as Economic Development||
Build economies using food and ag.
|4 years 3 months||admintest||Request group membership|
|Resilient Health Network, Inc.||
We promote, enrich, and sustain resilient human, community, and environmental health by developing synergistic/cooperative linkages among programs, projects and agriculturally-based production systems benefiting our northeast Ohio communities in the complementary areas of regenerative agricultural, health and wellness, community education, land stewardship, ecological design and citizen science.
|1 year 9 months||Brett Joseph||Request group membership|
|Non-GMO Feed Grains Network||
This is the private work space for project members who are associated with one or more of the following groups.
|8 years 2 months||Brian Gwin||Request group membership|
Develop a mission statement
Idea Creators - Investors
Resources - Educators
|6 years 1 month||Brian Gwin||Request group membership|
|NEO Juice, Beer, Wine, & Spirits||6 years 1 week||Brian Gwin||Request group membership|
|Small Scale Soil Conservation Equipment||
Development of equipment and associated production practices focused on soil conservation for small producers.
Idea Creators - Investors
Resources - Educators
|6 years 2 months||Brian Gwin||Request group membership|
Currently contains information on businesses from a list of fish propagators provided by ODNR.
Should fish processors be included?
What about other types of fish producers?
|6 years 3 weeks||Brian Gwin||Request group membership|
|Ohio Livestock Product Processors||
This portfolio contains an extensive list of licensed meat and dairy processors in Ohio, specifically those from the Northeast region. This list can be used to map potential business connections for those that are looking to increase their business size or expand into different fields. Full lists of both dairy processors and meat processors can be found in the folders on this portfolio, as well as a list of federally licensed meat processors.
Collaborative space for posting of livestock processing business cases and existing businesses that are within or easily accessible to Ohio livestock producers. To view them on a map click here
A key for the registration codes found in the description of meat processing businesses is located at the following link. http://networking.localfoodsystems.org/content/key-meat-processing-regis...
|2 years 10 months||Brian Gwin||Request group membership|
|OARDC Natural Rubber Ecosystem||6 years 3 weeks||Brian Gwin||Request group membership|
|NEO AgBio CARE Projects||
Background - Details Can be found on pages 30 and 31 of RFP
Despite prior investments in basic and applied research, critical problems continue to impede the efficient production and protection of agriculturally-important plants and animals. These problems may be local, regional, or national, and may call for work focused on one or more scientific disciplines. However, all need immediate attention to meet producer needs. Finding and implementing solutions to these critical problems require partnership and close coordination among researchers, extension experts, and producers. Funded projects will quickly yield solutions or practices that can be rapidly implemented by producers.
The CARE program area addresses the following priorities of the 2008 Farm Bill: A. Plant Health and Production and Plant Products; B. Animal Health and Production and Animal Products; C. Food Safety, Nutrition and Health; D. Renewable Energy, Natural Resources, and Environment; E. Agriculture, Systems and Technology; and F. Agriculture Economics and Rural Communities.
Develop and implement solutions to critical producer problems associated with animal and crop production, protection, or product quality. Emphasis will be placed on achieving results that can be applied by the producer as quickly as possible following project completion. Applications should include justification of why the issue is critical and how project outcomes will rapidly impact the stakeholder community. The project must include stakeholders.
To get started - Post a Public Message in inform the entire group of your idea, Start a Folder for background material and Create a To Do tasks to poll for collaborators or ask others to gather information from researchers or stakeholders. Please invite others to participate. While you can always start another collaborative group focused on your individual proposal, we encourage you to maintain activity in this group or at least share information back on a regular basis.
|6 years 6 months||Brian Gwin||Request group membership|