It’s doubtful that Mike Wilson, area marketing coordinator Wabash Valley Service Center, saw himself riding camels or witnessing tomato plants grafted to pumpkin rootstocks when he submitted his Environmental Respect Awards entry form last spring for Wabash Valley’s Browns, IL, facility. A trip to D.C. in the summer, maybe, but Morocco? In 2004 DuPont
Plaid sport-coated collegians; big-grinned basketball star; champion 4-H steer exhibiter; horseman; family man; ag industry professional … Snapshots of earlier days and happy times on display at Jack Eberspacher’s memorial service. This over-achiever from Beaver Crossing, NE, wasn’t supposed to die yet. He was too well liked, loved, and appreciated. A heartfelt and often humorous
Specialty Fertilizer Products (SFP) co-founders Larry Sanders and John Hardy knew the parallels of real life and the Monopoly board game when they developed a unique technology to maximize plant nutrient deficiencies, but they couldn’t have imagined they would wind up 10 years later with a 12,000-square-foot world headquarters in a mixed-use development named Park
Fall is my favorite time of year. The horseback riding trails in Northeast Ohio are set in old growth deciduous, and even as colors explode towards the warmer shades of the spectrum, their bursts are short-lived, so we marvel at their beauty before the trees lose all their leaves and modesty in their seasonal transition.