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The Soil Solution: Regenerative Farming

Regenerative-farming techniques could reverse climate change through enhancing the soil.

Things We Love

We Have A New Look I’m excited. First, spring is here—yay! Second, I like the magazine’s new look. Our art director, Karen Sperry, has diligently...

Hostas are a shoo-in for shady areas

Hostas come in endless varieties, colors and sizes By Mary Lynn Bruny Come blistering summer months, nothing is as inviting as a calm, cool shade garden—especially...

Tiny Houses: The big benefits of living with less

Living small changes lives in a big way. Some residents are finding their lives are fuller with less.

Gardening helps seniors look forward

Keep On Keeping On This senior learned a whole new way of doing things so he could keep gardening at his new home. By Lisa Truesdale As resident programs...

Feature Garden: A mature oasis of greenery and blooms

SHADY. SUNNY. SERENE This mature garden is an oasis of greenery and blooms that three generations enjoy. By Carol Brock Kristin and George Karakehian are avid gardeners....