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Resilient gardens work in concert with nature. They take advantage of their surroundings and support native wildlife. They also embrace the ways plants actually want to grow. Sarah Fairbank, WSU … more
You may recall that last week I included in this column the Associated Press article about the woman who fell through the “hole” in the outhouse on the trail at the top of Mount Walker. … more
It was a special Mothers’ Day on several levels.  Hard to miss were the Major League baseball teams sporting uniforms incorporating the color pink, I suppose as a reminder to check for … more
Spring salads are here, and there’s a playground of possibilities for dressing up your greens. Making homemade salad dressing is a skill you’ll be thankful for every salad … more
Notes from the Twitterverse — and elsewhere:  Why am I on Twitter? Mostly, for the laughs. Certainly not for the snark, and there’s plenty of that.  I do hope Elon … more
If you’re feeling a mild case of that ol’ “Spring Fever,” take heart  — you’re not alone!   All across the continent, a spring tide of migrating birds … more
As the last of spring settles in, making way for summer, the Jefferson County community has come up with a way to start the season off strong: On June 1, several organizations are partnering … more
Wow, pick your disaster.  There is a dangerous war in Europe. Climate change is accelerating. Inflation is chewing us up. An earthquake is right around the corner, within 35 years or so. … more
A windstorm destroyed the old maple across the street last winter, but the ring of daffodils has sprung up around its shattered stump like always. It’s a spring like any other, but it feels … more
This spring, I’m making lots of Kuku-ye Sabzi, a Persian egg dish popular for Norooz, the Iranian New Year, celebrated at the Spring Equinox.  Egg dishes are popular throughout the … more
As noted in last week’s column, the annual meeting of the Ludlow Maintenance Commission, the LMC, was held last Saturday.  There were about 60 folks who showed up, a crowd that would … more
Once in awhile, it’s good to get outta Dodge ( i.e., PT). To use the famous rallying cry of Otter and Boon in “Animal House”: “Road trip!” Here, that often means … more
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