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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.
Many factors influence fall color
Amy Ivy writes about change of season.
Online buying club boosts local-food access
Wholeshare system sources local foods for the customer, checking a group's location and giving access to the nearest farm products, Laurie Davis writes.
Lightning, one of natures beauties
Just about the time the lightning began in that distant storm, we came upon a herd of wild horses running parallel to the road we were on.
Good time to take care of garden chores
Get some of gardening chores out of the way now while the weather is nice so you'll have less to do next spring, Amy Ivy writes.
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