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The assumption is simple: If you have vacant land in the city, plant vegetables. There's a lot to be said for local produce and healthy eating.
Just days ago, a research vessel docked in Iceland after a three-week voyage from Bermuda, assessing the North Atlantic's plastic problem.
Plant Easter gifts. If you're like my sister, who received Easter plants from her kids and grandkids, you may be wondering what to do now that blooms have faded. Whether flowering shrubs, bulbs, or lilies, figure out their basic growing requirements - sun
 
Get a head start on weeding
Get a head start on weeding. Remove as many weeds as possible, giving priority to those already in flower. The more you hand-weed now, before seeds develop, the less you'll be tempted to use weed-killers later. Choose from a variety of tools to help you d
 
Bee-friendly garden can help struggling species
With the death or upgrade of every cell phone comes the inevitable question of what do to with the phone and its accouterments. It’s easy to end up with...
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Terry Derby had to surf on seven different couches. Ellen Frank was turned down for credit cards and had trouble leasing a car. Ryan Schofield figures he might never again be able to buy a house.