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It's winter, but a great time to dream about planning your spring gardening projects! Whether you have an apartment balcony or a 20-acre farm, you can create a garden that attracts beautiful wildlife and helps restore habitat in commercial and residential areas.
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My mom kept the fridge on the porch. It was not convenient. But Mom despised the sound of the electric hum. “I’m living out here in the woods, and I have to deal with that sound?” she would ask, rhetorically.
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Guest post from Gary Wyatt, Agroforestry Extension Educator, University of Minnesota Extension
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Holiday guide on cool and useful gifts for the loved one in your life who owns, manages, or spends all their time out in the woods.
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It's winter, but a great time to dream about planning your spring gardening projects! Whether you have an apartment balcony or a 20-acre farm, you can create a garden that attracts beautiful wildlife and helps restore habitat in commercial and residential areas.
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My mom kept the fridge on the porch. It was not convenient. But Mom despised the sound of the electric hum. “I’m living out here in the woods, and I have to deal with that sound?” she would ask, rhetorically.
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This creature can proudly claim to be the only of Ohio’s 4 species of tree squirrels that can ‘fly’ from tree to tree! That’s not all it can lay claim to. It is also the only nocturnal tree squirrel, the smallest, the most carnivorous, and in many forests is the most abundant in numbers, at times rivaling the eastern gray squirrel. This latter fact is often hard for people to believe since these small squirrels are never seen as often as the eastern gray squirrel due to their night time hours and covert behaviors.
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Guest post from Gary Wyatt, Agroforestry Extension Educator, University of Minnesota Extension
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This handy guide can help you identify non-native invasive plants on your property in Arizona and other parts of the west. It's printable, and contains a mail-in sheet at the back for reporting new cases of invasives that you come across.
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Holiday guide on cool and useful gifts for the loved one in your life who owns, manages, or spends all their time out in the woods.