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(Web Page; Sun Jan 27 20:17:00 CST 2019)
Description: Environment Canada states that approximately five million tonnes of salt is used on our roads every year. Cities like Toronto and Montreal use well over 130,000 tonnes of salt annually. You can only imagine that so much of the stuff is not good.
(Web Page; Thu Dec 06 23:44:00 CST 2012)
With Halloween just around the corner and fall already at the door, it’s the perfect time to head out to the local pumpkin patch to nab the biggest Halloween pumpkin you can find. Some local farms will also offer hayrides, petting zoos, corn mazes and more so you can make a whole day of it! After you carve ‘er up, creating the spookiest Jack o’ Lantern on the street, why not create a snack the whole family can enjoy?
(Web Page; Wed Oct 22 18:33:00 CDT 2014)
For this edition of Take Five, we’re getting lovey-dovey about nature. These couples are fetching aren’t they? Snap your own pics of wildlife in love and enter our February By Popular Vote contest. The theme for this month is “Love is in the air.”
(Web Page; Wed Feb 12 14:38:00 CST 2014)
Description: Three wildlife-friendly ideas that’ll make your heart sing this Valentine’s Day!
(Web Page; Thu Jun 18 14:06:00 CDT 2020)
Description: What exactly is groundcover? And how can you use it to enhance your yard?
(Web Page; Fri Feb 22 08:30:00 CST 2019)
Description: Want to make your garden work overtime? Put some beneficial critters to work while you snooze the night away. Bats, toads and night-flying moths are incredible allies to have on your side if you want your backyard to look its very best.
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Plan a holiday party that Martha and Mother Nature would tip their hats to.
69. Only You
(Web Page; Thu Dec 06 23:47:00 CST 2012)
By April Overall and Sarah Jones
In a wild world that condones roaming eyes, pairs that stick it out for the long haul are a dime a dozen. They might not send Valentine’s Day cards, dine by candlelight or listen to Barry White to set the mood, but these couples know how to keep the love alive.
(Web Page; Wed Nov 14 13:58:00 CST 2018)
Description: You’ve been waiting patiently for birds to come flocking to your feeder and the only visitor you’re getting is a very pesky squirrel. Where are the cardinals? The juncos? Before you give up on feeding the birds altogether, you’ll be happy to know we’ve got a few quick fixes that’ll help you make your backyard a bird’s winter paradise.