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Mistletoe a parasite?
Jolene Wallace writes about where mistletoe comes from and how its tradition came about.
Bark and berries make great decorations
Picking natural, colorful items helps brighten winter days, Amy Ivy writes.
Plan ahead for home-grown holidays
This holiday season, give the gift of local agriculture, columnist Laurie Davis writes.
Boughs make natural decorations
Now that December is here, itâ€™s time to start gathering boughs and branches, berries and seed pods to decorate your home for winter and the holidays, writes columnist Amy Ivy.
Last call for bulbs
The relatively mild fall weather we've had has extended the planting season for spring flowering bulbs, Amy Ivy writes.
Local poultry becoming increasingly available
Poultry, especially heritage breeds, can be a delicious and healthful local food choice, Laurie Davis writes.
Get adventurous with greens
Move beyond salad and broccoli by adding dark, leafy greens to meals, Jordy Kivett writes.
Fall a time for reading leaves
Last of the fall color lingers on with tamaracks, beeches and oaks, columnist Amy Ivy writes.
Fall is beautiful, even once foliage is gone
Lots of beauty can be found and enjoyed in the woods this time of year, Amy Ivy writes.
Meal planning cuts time and waste, boosts nutrition
Making a weekly meal plan can help you and your family eat more nutritiously and make meal time calmer and more pleasant.
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