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Design and simple decorating touches define a shed's role. See how each shed in this collection has a designated purpose, be it a guest room, an office space, or a place to relax or play.
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The smoker is a primary tool for controlling bees while you work, but using it requires experience and patience. Use these tips for a quick and easy introduction to beekeeping basics.
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As your bees' real estate broker, you'll need to make sure that they and your neighbors are as comfortable as possible.
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Be creative with that seemingly useless steep lawn. Use these ideas to make slopes shine!
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Inspired by spectacular views of Mount Monadnock bursting with autumn color, a pair of New Hampshire gardeners create an equally stunning fall display on their acreage.
Laura and Jamie Trowbridge were sold on the 7-acre property when they stepped into the backyard. The 1763 house on the Peterborough, New Hampshire, property was okay at first sight, but the view was...
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These plants may be late to the party, but each brings its best in autumn.
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Every farm, big or small, requires a family effort to keep things running smoothly. Get your kids excited about farm life and give them a few new responsibilities by assigning them some of these...
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Agricultural engineer and flood expert gives advice on preparing your country home and acreage for a flood.
Have a plan to “shelter in place” if roads become impassable, says Ken Hellevang, a North Dakota State University Extension Service agricultural engineer and flood expert. The shelter...
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Here are five reasons you should add wildlife habitat to your property.
Here are five reasons you should add wildlife habitat to your property.
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A conversation with former newspaper writer and editor turned blogger Kim Fritzemeier about sharing life on her Kansas farm through her blog, “Kim’s County Line.”
Tell me about your farm. We’re primarily wheat farmers. We also have a cow-calf operation. We’ve got feeder cattle and we also raise some corn, but we’re not big corn farmers by...

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