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Fall 2017: This issue is about your friends, neighbors, and community

Dear Reader: This magazine is all about your friends, your neighbors, your community and your patch of earth. In this issue, you’ll meet Mary and...

Cycles of life most apparent in fall

I love fall. Finally, a respite from summer’s heat. And who doesn’t love cheery orange pumpkins? With blue skies and crisp nights, fall is a...

Winter is a good time for self-reflection

Dear Reader: Here we are at the winter issue and it hasn’t felt much like winter, except for that brief Arctic blast in November. As...

Reader is a loyal fan

It’s not every day you hear you’re doing a good job. So it’s nice when someone tells you so. I was at the Boulder Home...

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!

Living from the Heart

When mass shootings grab headlines every day, it’s easy to become suspicious and fearful. It’s easy to think that arming yourself is the only...

From cleaning to seed vaults, join me in learning some amazing...

Dear Reader: One of the many things I like about creating this magazine is all the stuff I get to learn. From new plants and...

Notes from the Editor: Spring 2014

Funny how the time passes.     Last fall, we were all reeling from the flood. Then winter came and went, with many of us spending...

Summer is a glorious season

Dear Reader:  Summer is such a glorious season, full of growth and promise. But before one can grow, one must sow a seed. I want...

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...