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Consider repurposing your tree to improve fish habitat. When Christmas trees are sunken into water bodies, they increase the complexity of the habitat.

Eliza Blue is awed and humbled by the beauty of the world as she recovers from the flu and emerges from her South Dakota Ranch following a blizzard.

Kym Seabolt's family participation in Thriftmas — the challenge to buy second-hand, antique, gently used and thrifted items for Christmas.

Bryce Angell crafts a poem about a cowboy in need on Christmas.

Julie Geiss balances all the treats of the holiday season with healthy sprouts she's learned to grow herself in mason jars on a windowsill.

The magic of Christmas is a gift for the child in all of us. Judith Sutherland recalls a Christmas when she discovered one of Santa's secrets.

Native trees benefit wildlife. Learn which species are native to your region of the U.S. before buying a potted or balled and burlapped Christmas tree.

Kym Seabolt urges her readers to embrace a "good enough" Christmas. 

Judith Sutherland recalls the joy and excitement of the Christmas celebrations of her youth, surrounded by humble gifts and family.

Rootstown Reindeer Farm started with a literal dream for Kellie and Mike Gregg. Now, it's well on the way to being a full-fledged agritourism farm.