Friday, August 19, 2022
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Tag: outdoors

Eliza Blue realizes that perfection is waiting in the quiet of tall rustling grass, the last morning star, the golden faces of late summer flowers.

The wild Ohio pear is a common orchard pear that has escaped cultivation and taken root in the wild. Learn where to find them and when to pick them.

Julie Giess and her children visit Hellbender Bluff — a hidden gem consisting of 732 acres in Columbiana County.

Over 700 acres of wetland marshes, meadows and woodlands comprise Quail Hollow Park. There is also a 40-room historic manor located within the park.

There are many things Julie Geiss loves about the long, rural road she lives on, but the garbage that collects and is revealed in spring is not one of them.

The warmer weather has Julie Geiss excited to get outdoors to split rhubarb, plant seeds and go morel hunting.

Nature gives us many clues to signal it’s officially spring. Find out what wildlife, plants and fungi to look for as you enjoy the outdoors this spring.

Assessing tree damage is important to prevent more damage, improve long-term tree health and ensure safety. Learn how to evaluate the damage to your trees.

February to March is an ideal time to look for deer antler sheds. Learn more about deer habits during winter to improve your odds of finding antler sheds.

Lake Erie is the shallowest of the Great Lakes and has the smallest volume of water, so it is the first to freeze in the winter.