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Taking care of business
Year's end is a taxing time for many area farmers who have to keep track of all their own finances, according to columnist Peter Hagar.
Making room for more
The holidays have us making space. Be sure to consider recycling and repurposing, Jolene Wallace advises.
Eating well from the root cellar
If you've stocked your root cellar there will be plenty of local food and good eating all winter long, writes Laurie Davis of Cooperative Extension.
Columnist shares favorite apple sayings
Jolene Wallace shares meanings behind "An apple a day, keeps the doctor away," "A bad apple spoils the barrel" and more.
Last of the fall chores
Gardening expert Amy Ivy talks about the items still left on her, and maybe your, to-do list.
Take steps to avoid unwanted visitors
Jolene Wallace provides tips for mulching and keeping mice out of your home.
Support for farmers alive and well
Response to display at Farm Aid event was significant, Laurie Davis writes.
Blue herons are fascinating
You can learn a lot from watching herons, Jolene Wallace writes.
Raised beds a good option for spring planting
Now is the ideal time to get your raised-bed garden set up, Amy Ivy writes.
Plant spring-flowering bulbs now
With fall upon us, it's time to think about planting spring-flowering bulbs, expert Jolene Wallace writes.
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