Mar 31, 2023
Story by Bruce Ingram, read by John Moore.
It's Day 22, and no chicks. What should you do? From the February/March 2023 issue of Backyard Poultry magazine.
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Mar 30, 2023
Story by Ed Brotak, read by Jessica Mitchell.
Knowledge and preparedness is key to anticipating the spectrum of damage that hurricanes, winter storms, and more can bring to the grid. This story comes from the March/April 2023 issue of Grit magazine.
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Mar 28, 2023
Story by Dana Benner, read by John Moore.
Shop sustainably with local farms and discover the lively place they occupy within the community. From the September/October 2022 issue of Grit magazine.
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Mar 25, 2023
Story by Wren Everett, read by John
Keeping cabbage, collards, and carrots in the garden for their second year of growth will gift you with more seeds than you need for the next growing season. From the September/October 2022 issue of Grit magazine.
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Mar 23, 2023
For 300 million years, dragonflies have been a part of our world. What makes these insects so important, and why do we want to encourage them to be a part of our property? In this episode, Kenny Coogan chats with Virginia Overstreet to understand more about these remarkable flying hunters.
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