Drafts are often small cracks around windows and doors, but there are many other places where drafts can form. Knowing some of the less visible spots where drafts come from may help you to seal out unwanted cold air more effectively.
The U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation Oct. 23 to authorize the Army Corps of Engineers to continue developing and maintaining infrastructure for the nation’s ports and waterways, while also supporting flood control and environmental restoration.
What do snowflakes really look like? The perfectly symmetrical snowflakes often shown in photographs are actually quite rare.
A new urban farming and revitalization project in Detroit may be the largest urban farming project in the United States.
Consol expects a 30% annual gas production growth in 2015-2016.
Apple trees are popular additions to home landscapes because of their fruit production. However, many home gardeners are not prepared for the onslaught of diseases that bombard the trees every year.
USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) will publish information in the Nov. 8 Crop Production report that was originally scheduled for release in the October report.
Kenrick Smith, 59, is a wool person. He has won dozens of awards with his sheep and their fleece, including 14 Ohio State Fair wool championships, and various international awards.
What should farmers do about SPCC plans now?
A U.S. District Court ruled that, contrary to EPA’s contention, ordinary stormwater from Alt’s farmyard is exempt from National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit requirements.