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  • Saturday, May 10, 2014 Rain Date: May 17, 2014 Over 65 exhibitors, home and garden experts, product demonstrations, fresh ideas & new stuff,  gourmet food trucks, alpaca petting zoo, and live music! Fun for the whole family!   Brought to you by   Click here…
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  • Dear Reader: Funny how the time passes.    Last fall, we were all reeling from the flood. Then winter came and went, with many of us spending those months fixing our basements and repairing our homes. Now spring is here,…
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  • After the flood, many homeowners discovered that recouping losses from their insurance was frustrating and often futile. Their experiences may help you with future claims. By Kate Jonuska In an ideal world, a successful resolution to a disaster would be…
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Spring 2014

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Where to Go | Who to Know

Check this calendar for fun fall events

 
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11 From Heaven

A bucket list of 11 botanic gardens to visit in a lifetime

 
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An Eden of Trees

Only fruit-bearing trees and edible plants grow on this 3-acre property

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Fermenting Foods

Find out why fermented foods are making a tasty new splash

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Garden of Delight

This gorgeous garden pleases plants, people and pollinators

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Resource Directory

These pros can help with your every home and garden need

 

 

Tip of the Week

It's that time of year when the weather gets colder and we've got to turn on the heat.  It can get pricey, and we've got a trick that can help you spare a few degrees on your thermostat:

If your ceiling fan has a reverse switch, flip it on after you've turned on your heat.  This will cause the fan's blades to turn in a clockwise direction.  The fan will push heated air down into the room, since heat rises, and you'll be able to keep your thermostat a couple degrees lower.  This is especially helpful in rooms with high ceilings!

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Spring 2014 Virtual Edition

Great locally focused content, interactive 
features! You can ‘flip’ through the pages
of our virtual edition, just like the print version, right on your screen.


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Past Issues

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Go Wild!

Make any space pop with these wild designs and patterns...


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What's Your Style?

Six of the most common garden styles

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A House That Shouts

Born of creativity and passion, this house breaks all the rules

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Spring Spruce-Ups

It’s time to clear away winter cobwebs...

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Feature Garden: Rosy Outlook

Plant more roses than you think you have space for? Why not?