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  • News from the Past | Villagers save Whitehall Farm

    As the result of communitywide activism and campaigning, villagers raised $1.2 million to save the 940-acre Whitehall Farm from development.

  • Annual sugar shack tour planned

    A family-friendly tour of Flying Mouse Farm, owned by John DeWine and Michelle Burns, with its sugar shack and maple sugaring operation will take place this Sunday, March 4, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the farm at 100 E. Fairfield Pike. Attendees should dress for muddy conditions. (Photo by Will Drewing)

    Tecumseh Land Trust, or TLT, will host its annual sugar shack tour Sunday, Feb. 25, 2–4 p.m., at Flying Mouse Farms, 100 E. Fairfield Pike.

  • Tecumseh Land Trust receives $100,000 grant

    Locally based Tecumseh Land Trust, or TLT, was recently awarded a $100,000 grant from the American Farmland Trust, or AFT, to help farmers and landowners in the area in transferring their land to a new generation of producers.

  • Sunflower field in full bloom

    Flower lovers delight: The Yellow Springs sunflower field just north of the village, at 4627 U.S. 68, is in full bloom.

  • Sunflower field to bloom next week

    The Yellow Springs sunflower field planted each year by Sharon and David Neuhardt just north of the village, at 4627 U.S. 68, is anticipated to be in full bloom beginning Friday, Sept. 22, and lasting through at least the next weekend.

  • Village Council reexamines priorities under new administration

    At their Tuesday, Sept. 5, regular meeting, Village Council reviewed a list of ongoing projects and discussed which of those projects should be paused temporarily or stopped altogether — as well as which may continue and which can be initiated.

  • Local poets published in anthology

    The Glen Helen Association and Tecumseh Land Trust recently released “Sun and Shadow, Wood and Stone,” an anthology of poems by 61 local and regional wordsmiths who’ve read at the annual Solstice Poetry Reading over the past decade.

  • 11th Annual Winter Solstice poetry reading returns to in-person event

    Matthew Birdsall stands in front of the Vernet Ecological Center in Glen Helen. Birdsall is holding a book.

    After two years of virtual gatherings, the Winter Solstice Poetry Reading is set to recommence in person at the Glen Helen Vernet Ecological Center on Friday, Dec. 9, from 7-9 p.m.

  • Village vies for more municipal solar

    The Village of Yellow Springs is looking to build solar photovoltaic arrays on a number of municipal properties. Sites up for consideration are the Village-owned Sutton Farm, located on State Route 343; the parking lot at the John Bryan Community Center; and the rooftops of several Village buildings.

  • Garden gait

    Amid intermittent torrents of rain, and while the power was out throughout the entire village for several hours, the Yellow Springs Garden Tour took place on Sunday, July 17.

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