Press and Roll and Don& 39;t Scratch the CounterIt& 39;s a basic, inexpensive little thing that we bought on a whim. We were at Bed, Bath & Beyond buying a new coffee machine when we happened to see this on the same store shelf. We already had a scratch on our counter from our last coffee machine, which we& 39;d pull forward each time we used it then push it back out of the way; so we thought this looked like a good idea.
Organizing my closet taught me a lot more than just good tidying practices—I was able to refresh my perspective. I Love Stuff (Therefore My Closet Is Now a Mess)I& 39;m an official Baby Boomer—born the same year as Bill Clinton and George Bush. I& 39;m reasonably sane and on most days I& 39;m busy and happy, but accepting aging as the natural progression isn& 39;t always easy in this youth-mad culture.
Home /News & Trending /Help conserve the Marsh Tacky HorseOwners, breeders, and enthusiasts of the Marsh Tacky Horse are invited to attend a workshop set for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, February 10, at the Coastal Discovery Museum, 100 William Hilton Parkway (Highway 278), Hilton Head, S.C.Participants will learn more about the Marsh Tacky and help plan for the conservation of this critically endangered horse.
Home /Animal Care /Clydesdale HorsesUse: The Clydesdale is most known for its abilities as a draft horse, and the breed is used in driving shows and exhibitions. Clydesdales can be ridden as well, and are being seen on trails around the country.History: Descending from the warhorses of the Middle Ages, the Clydesdale’s more modern ancestors worked in the fields of Scottish farmers.
Home /Beginning Farmers /Burning Question: Is It Bad To Have Off-Farm Income?The first five years you spend farming are some of the most absurd. You are working hard to establish your farm, your market, your gardens and your barns, while at the same time trying to make a living. Oftentimes, this leads to you needing a second job.
Home /Urban Farming /DIY Rain Barrel PlansThe Environmental Protection Agency estimates that nearly 40 percent of household water is used for lawn and garden maintenance. One way to reduce this is to build a rain barrel to collect rainwater runoff from your home. Since rainwater is soft and devoid of minerals, chlorine, fluoride and other harmful chemicals, it’s great for your garden.