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Ants fascinating to watch
Watching the insects work can teach us about teamwork, Jolene Wallace writes.
Gardens peak in early August
Columnist Amy Ivy has cucumbers piling up and tomatoes that are finally setting fruit.
Take precautions when using pesticides
For the sake of your pets, wildlife and children, be mindful of what you use in your home and garden, Jolene Wallace writes.
Have fun with fresh produce
Farmers markets and farm stands are offer wide variety of goods, writes nutritionist Jordy Kivett.
Pest management good for you and the environment
Master Gardener Grow-line volunteers are trained to identify, diagnose and provide options for people who have home and garden questions writes Jolene Wallace.
Local eggs healthy, tasty, pricey
Although they vary in price and nutrition, eggs are a delicious locally grown food, Laurie Davis writes
Wet weather, slow season
Gardeners continue to struggle with soggy weather pattern, Amy Ivy writes.
Invasive insect pests can alter forests
Jolene Wallace shares important ways to keep emerald ash borers from infesting local forests.
Growing season off to slow start
Weather has been a real roller coaster, Amy Ivy writes.
Tackle weeds bit by bit
Weed removal can be less tedious with the right attitude.
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