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Why Deb Miller thinks "a bad day on the farm is still better than a good day in the office."
Today is an excuse to kick back and relax-- it's National Hammock Day!
Hammocks are seen as a symbol of summer, leisure and relaxation. They are typically used for sleeping, swinging and resting. So, take some time today to enjoy your own hammock, get some peace...
Experience the country life at Penoach Vineyard and Winery's four-acre vineyard and repurposed 1917 barn venue.
One farmer's wife, and mother of two, depicts life on a family farm in Nebraska. View pictures and learn about her new photography business!
This Missouri couple raises hogs completely outdoors and sells quality pork products.
Getting ready to decorate your country home for the holidays? Don’t forget your rustic ties when ornamenting the tree you’ll live with for a whole month (or more). Try making Christmas just as...
Use branches as shelves. Place items in the thick foliage of the tree to display. Try using children’s cowboy boots, a small cowboy hat, antique stuffed animals, and knitted mittens as display...
Learn some new carving tips and tricks to create pumpkins with personality
Radio interview source: "Stoney", Owner, Stoneykins.com Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below Figuring out a design to carve into a pumpkin can be tricky. We talked with an...
Sunny days and cool nights create beautiful fall color
Radio interview source: Karen Bennett, Extension Forestry Specialist, University of New Hampshire Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below Karen Bennett is an extension forestry...
We're featuring Janet Farrar Worthington, who wrote a book about her zany farm life adventures.
Radio interview source: Janet Farrar Worthington, Author, Bumble Creek Farm Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below Janet Farrar-Worthington and her husband, Mark,...
Before duct tape, super glue and safety pins, humans relied on strong knots to hold things together. Anyone can learn to tie a few knots that will serve many purposes.
Radio interview source: John Sherry, Knot Expert Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below Knot tying dates back to over 10,000 years. Knots were used to tie fish...