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Katie Nemeth Photography

The work was overwhelming, but rewarding. The grass started to grow and gardens began to take shape. Somehow more and more animals kept arriving at our farm, and we loved watching their antics. more

Good Times

Most people don't think much about removing trees; it's one of those businesses that blend into the background unless someone downs a tree in your neighborhood and you get to watch the process, which is usually an attention-grabber. more

Home & Garden

You can create a rainbow of subtle flavors and textures with edible spring blossoms – which are all full of Vitamin C, antioxidants, and phytochemicals. more

Prime Times

The state estimates a 10% reduction in energy costs of shaded homes in the summer. Long-term, that will amount to a $230 cost savings per year per home. This winter left behind more than memories of unrelenting snowstorms. more

Prime Times

Book Picks - The Outermost House: A Year of Life on the Great Beach of Cape Cod

“The world today,” Beston writes “is sick to its thin blood for lack of elemental things.” Beston explores all the elements; the rhythms of the tides, the windblown dunes, the migration of seabirds, and the scatter of stars in the summer sky. more

Mar 30, 2015 8:31 PM Coastal Mags

The best time to capture the sap is when the temperatures are mild during the day, but still below freezing at night. Forbes said he usually starts tapping by February 12, but the heavy snow delayed him by a couple weeks this year. more

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