The Ohio Farm Fresh directory is brought to you through a partnership with OSU Extension, the Heritage Tourism Cooperative and Graphic Publications Inc, this map and directory is an ongoing project that will feature frequent online updates and seasonal publications.
Our goal is to 'connect consumers to producers of local foods,' but this site and any publications do not represent an endorsement of products or services by the Ohio State University, the Heritage Tourism Cooperative or Graphic Publications Inc. This directory is simply a resource for information and should be treated as such.
Heritage Tourism Cooperative
The mission of the Heritage Tourism Cooperative is to strengthen and enhance authentic experiences for visitors and residents through partnerships with member organizations. Cooperative patrons and associates can become members by contacting the Heritage Tourism Cooperative at the Visitor Center in Millersburg, 87 West Jackson St. or by calling 330-674-2497.
Ohio State University Extension brings the knowledge of the university directly to you. We fulfill the land-grant mission of The Ohio State University by interpreting knowledge and research developed by Extension and other faculty and staff at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, Ohio State main campus, and other land-grant universities – so Ohioans can use the scientifically based information to better their lives, businesses and communities.
The Extension system is the world’s largest non-formal educational system. Extension’s hallmark is programming delivered by professionals to address the needs of the local community while also addressing state, national, and global issues. Our practical educational programs combine the needs of local citizens and communities with new research and technical information.
No matter which county you visit, you can find people who are helped by the four major OSU Extension program areas: family and consumer sciences, 4-H youth development, community development, and agriculture and natural resources. These program areas – and many other special topics – are continuously being evaluated and updated to meet the changing needs and issues facing each community.
Extension provides practical advice, sensible solutions, and realistic down-to-earth answers for ALL Ohioans.
Graphic Publications Inc.
Graphic Publications, Inc. serves Holmes County and the surrounding area with a network of weekly and bi-weekly newspapers in six counties (Holmes, Wayne, Tuscarawas, Medina, Summit and Cuyahoga) with a circulation of more than 270,000 homes.
GPI’s newspaper network has traditionally served smaller communities that need the kind of news and editorial coverage, and advertising saturation that daily newspapers don’t offer. Communities like Berea, Brecksville, Brunswick, Copley, Dover, Fairlawn, Hinckley, Hudson, Medina, Middleburg Heights, Millersburg, New Philadelphia, North Royalton, Richfield, Seville, Stow, and Wooster.
In addition to its network of free newspapers, GPI also publishes The Journal, Holmes County’s highest circulation paid subscription newspaper, Ohio’s Amish Country – Free Map & Visitors’ Guide, a free information guide for visitors to the region, as well as various local resource guides and other specialty publications and magazines.
Every month, Mimi Vanderhaven is mailed to over 212,000 homes and businesses in Cleveland’s growing, affluent southwest suburbs, Avon, Avon Lake, Berea, Middleburg Heights, Brunswick, Hinckley, Valley City, Husdon, Stow, Peninsula, Cuyahoga Falls, Medina, North Olmstead, Olmsted Falls, Olmsted Township, North Royalton, Broadview Hts., Brecksville, Strongsville, Columbia Station, West Akron, Copley, Fairlawn, Bath, Richfield, Westlake and Bay Village.