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Have a Fruitful Fall

There are lots of things to appreciate about fall: cooler weather, squash and pumpkins, and, my personal favorite, NO MORE WEEDING!

Roll Out the Rain Barrel

The governor recently signed a bill allowing homeowners to use rain barrels to collect rainwater

Spring-Cleaning Musts

We all put a few spring-cleaning chores into the “out of sight, out of mind” category, but some tasks are vital to a healthy...

Virtual Edition Summer 2013

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Get Fired Up about Protecting Your Home

Wildfire season is around the corner. Are you ready? A mountain resident who lost two homes to fire tells how to safeguard your investment.   BY MARK...

Details Design Reupholster

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Love to travel? Try Trading Places

If you love to travel but crave the comforts of home, a home exchange might be right up your alley.

Life’s a Peach

We planted the ‘Reliance’ peach tree in February 2006, chosen for late season blooms that might outlive our traditional early spring frosts. We first...

Garden smarter and more efficiently: there’s an app for that

Apps for iPads and smartphones let you design your landscape, pick out perennials, lay out a vegetable garden and much more.

Food for Thought: The Food Project Farm in Longmont

The nonprofit Growing Gardens has partnered with the YMCA of Boulder Valley to expand the Food Project Farm in Longmont and its functions.