Rural Lifestyle

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How to start a community garden

A community garden can provide solutions to a diverse range of unmet needs for communities focused on sustainable agriculture, at-risk youth, mental h...
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BASF seeks farm families to help preserve monarch habitats

As monarch butterflies prepare to fly north, BASF is encouraging farm families to provide a layover for these iconic insects by planting milkweed habi...
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Missouri : Check your home for toxic plants

It is estimated that more than 700 plant species growing in North America can have harmful effects on humans, said University of Missouri Extension ho...
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Help pick the 10 plants that changed Tennessee

Have an opinion about the beauty or utility of the state’s greenery? Researchers with the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture are accep...
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USDA program removes 615 feral hogs from Arkansas WMAs and private land

Last week, crews from the Arkansas and Tennessee/Kentucky U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Wildlife Servi...
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Arkansas : FBI recognizes Division of Agriculture in fight against weapons of mass destruction

The FBI has recognized the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture for its help in the agency’s efforts to fight agroterrorism over th...
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Arkansas Agriculture Department opens 2018 Century Farm Program through May

The Arkansas Agriculture Department (AAD) is now accepting applications for the 2018 Arkansas Century Farm program. Arkansas Century Farm families hav...
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Mississippi : Weather patterns impact pond levels

Terms like climate change or global warming may elicit different responses depending on your political viewpoints, but one thing is certain: Our weath...
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Don’t waste wood stove ashes

Ashes produced by wood-burning fireplaces or stoves are an excellent example of the idiom “don’t throw out the baby with the bathwater,” says Un...
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Plant roses in winter for beautiful blooms later

Now is an excellent time to consider adding roses to your landscape. For many gardeners, particularly those just getting into roses, a rose is a rose....