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Get a Jump Start on Spring and Save $$!

February in Minnesota. The days are noticeably longer – we gained an hour of daylight in January. Woo hoo! And a girl finds her attention turning to the pile of seed catalogs that started accumulating in December when spring wasn’t

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The Green Tomato: The Fruit That Keeps on Giving

It’s been a good garden year for me.  I’ve supplied my household, friends, family, passersby, and the local food shelf with a variety of beautiful, fresh, organic produce.  I couldn’t even begin to calculate the dollars saved.  (Add in the

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Free Fertilizer and Fun Pets

I’ve been gardening organically for 35 years on my urban lot.  It used to be difficult to find manure fertilizer living just a stone’s throw from downtown.   I would beg my country relatives for a bag of horse manure or bring an

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How to Decide if Owning Horses is Right for You

The other day, two of my favorite co-workers stopped in my office to suggest a blog topic. They had recently worked together at a health fair and were approached by several people looking for information about how to afford large

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Tips for a Summer of Saving!

It was a long, cold, and trying winter.  So this summer brings more than just warm weather, sunshine, and days at the beach.  It brings happiness, time with family, and even a chance to SAVE!  Take a minute to think

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