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John Lancaster worked to bring life back to this historic 1920 farm.
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Leigh Sorensen, a landscape designer, and her husband, King, live on a plush, one-acre home in New Jersey. Their unique location has a susceptibility to slight flooding because of a nearby river, but...
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See how country dwellers from sea to shining sea show they are proud to be Americans!
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Keep the heat out of the kitchen, and enjoy the backyard while cooking dinner!
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Dirt happens in the country! A mudroom can help keep it contained and out of your house.
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The Tobiaszes pack a lot of enterprises into their Illinois acreage.
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For the Lemke family, the art of cheesemaking is down to a science, and the results are delicious. By Tracey Kelley
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A log home might be the perfect fit for your rural property. Here are tips on planning and construction.
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A Washington couple transformed a yard made of clay and gravel into a garden oasis one step at a time.
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If variety is the spice of life, then Rich and Wendy Tobiasz's Evergreen Oasis Farm will certainly appeal to the taste buds.

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