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A North Carolina couple moves to the country to celebrate fresh food, healthy living, and sustainable farming.
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Located in Errol, New Hampshire, this lodge sits perched on a ledge creating a stunning view.
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Located in Moretown, Vermont, this beautifully modern home, built by Yankee Barn Homes, overlooks Mad River Valley.
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An Iowa man creates his "vacation" home out of a Sukup grain bin
During the fall of 2015, Bob Quinn finished work on his vacation home in St. Charles, Iowa. This residence fits in perfectly with the scenery throughout the state of Iowa, but has a unique twist on...
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Water that insists on staying around can drain away with a pipe
Ditches and other low areas on your property may be a point of frustration when the rainwater won’t drain from your driveway. Consider installing a culvert pipe underneath it so the water has...
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This unique Missouri home was designed to use natural material and native plants.
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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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Welcome the new season with these quick and simple fall decorating ideas. Your home and yard will look fall-ready in no time!
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Adding a guest house to your property may be less expensive than you think. Be warned, though -- with accommodations like these, your guests may never leave!
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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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