On the importance of slowing down and enjoying a life in the country.
Amazon is building a bigger footprint in the sale of live plants but will local businesses be able to compete with the retail giant?
With temperatures soaring into the high 60’s next week, fighting spring fever will be at the forefront of most farmer’s minds.
Traditional malls all over the country are slowly closing their doors, but Bangor Mall doesn’t have to be one of them. Instead of watching while store after store shutters, let’s explore ideas for revitalizing the mall into something useful for the community.
When it comes to upcycling furniture, not everything has to be perfect.
Ever wonder how to supplement your farm income without having to get a day job that cuts into your farming time? Check out these suggestions!
An ode to a lost glove. Or whining about losing my pretty glove, but an ode sounds better.
A list of the things we learned to keep on hand in case of another power outage (like the one I’m sure is coming with this blizzard!)
Our process for installing a wood stove and connecting to an old chimney.
Instead of spending a year in a temporary position while waiting to reapply to graduate school, I decided to spend a year in service with AmeriCorps – and I’m so glad I did!