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Planning helps garden stand out from the crowd
In perennial gardens, allowing enough space lets your plants grow to their full potential, Amy Ivy writes.
More than food grows from community gardens
Community building, fresh air, education and healthy food are among the benefits, Laurie Davis writes.
Check your landscape for winter damage
Take a good look before the trees and shrubs begin to leaf out, Jolene Wallace advises.
Your diet and bone health
All of us should be aware of our calcium and vitamin D intake, columnist Jordy Kivett writes.
Rotating crops can help avoid some problems
Gardeners would be wise to spend a good chunk of time now planning out their gardens, Amy Ivy writes.
Spring will come; get ready to garden
Break out your gardening journal, find your tools, columnist Jolene Wallace says.
Celebrating 2014 Food from the Farm
Even in winter there's still plenty of local food to be found, Laurie Davis writes.
It takes demand to further the supply
If we as consumers want local food, we need to get out there and buy it, Amy Ivy writes.
Ice fishing memories from long ago
The memories my husband has shared with me are so vivid that I think of them as my own, columnist Jolene Wallace writes.
Fundraising with local food
Locally produced items can make great school fundraisers that benefit the whole community, Laurie Davis of Cornell Cooperative Extension writes.
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