Summer is the season to be outside. Warm weather compels us to run, swim, hike and ride, and the long hours of sunlight provide ample time to enjoy this most active of seasons. Summer is also prime time for thunderstorms, which produce lightning, among other potentially dangerous hazards.
Clean out your closets, donate to Dress for Success Cincinnati, help other women gain employment and journey towards self-sufficiency! Dress for Success Cincinnati supports disadvantaged women with interview attire and job readiness skills.
The Nature Conservancy in Ohio has worked with partners to protect more than 60,000 acres of our state’s natural heritage. These lands and waters are located throughout the state and comprise some of our most important and beloved natural areas.
Of all the water we use at home, an average of 30 percent is used for outdoor activities like watering lawns and washing cars. But in some of the hotter areas and certain times of year, that number can shoot up to 60 percent.
The U.S. Geological Survey has released a set of maps depicting the distribution of selected chemical elements and minerals in soils across the country. Understanding the composition of soil is important for a variety of reasons.