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by Steve Carney As we head into late July and early August, now our thoughts turn to the transition from open water fishing to the upcoming hunting seasons, which are just weeks away. As I continue fishing at this time, I am also doing my planning and equipping in preparation for the hunting seasons, which [...]

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by Donna Tatting Chisago County  Master Gardener Fall is my favorite season.  All my yard and garden chores are done without the heat and humidity that zap my energy, and all around me are trees transitioning from green to their bold fall colors.  And along with all the trees on my property come the mountains [...]

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This isn’t my favorite topic because it means that winter is on its way.  I don’t have anything against winter, well not much, anyway.  However, for gardeners who spend every spare minute in the garden, it’s hard to see the season end.  On a positive note, there are some things we can still do that [...]

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There are certain sounds associated with fall – leaves rustling, geese honking overhead as they fly south for the winter and crackling backyard fires that help offset the slight chill that begins to permeate the air. The sounds of construction – hammers pounding in nails, saws slicing through plywood and sanding tools smoothing floors and [...]

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