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college recipes: fresh tomato salsa

College Recipes Fresh Tomato Salsa

College Recipes: Fresh Tomato Salsa Next week is freshmen move-in week for several colleges and universities around the US. For many of these students, it is the first time they may have to prepare meals on their own. This, unfortunately, means your freshman might be surviving on a steady diet of ramen noodles and reheated pizza. If

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A Monday Motivation Story and Quote

I wanted to start the week with a little Monday Motivation. The quote below perfectly describes our spectacular team when they work together!   “The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra.” Jimmy Johnston   Check out 2 of our team projects below. We had to work together to remove this stump and

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How Gardening can teach children at school

How Gardening Can Teach Children At School

How Gardening Can Teach Children At School July flew by too fast and here we are already at the beginning of August. Many stores are advertising back to school sales already.  While most children will be learning the standard reading and math, some schools are opting for a different type of learning; gardening. Gardening has

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How to attract beneficial birds to your garden

How to Attract Beneficial Birds To Your Garden

Birds can play an important role in the ecosystem of a healthy garden. They can act as natural pest control, flower pollinators, weed control, and provide a learning opportunity for observers. Today we are going to go over how to attract beneficial birds to your garden.      First, you want to provide birdseed that

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How To Weed Poison Ivy And Other Dangerous Plants From Your garden

Getting Poison Ivy has to be one of the worst things to experience. The rashes from these plants can leave you with unbearable itching for days! There are several other types of dangerous plants in New England that can hurt anyone who comes in contact with them. Unfortunately, gardeners and groundskeepers run into these types

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