Sunday, July 25, 2021
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Judith Sutherland shares some special moments from the first day of spring this year.

In early spring, if your daily travels take you along a stream that meanders through a wet meadow, you might notice skunk cabbage growing through the snow.

If you’ve been dealing with allergies, it probably hasn’t been fun. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to reduce your spring allergy symptoms.

Judith Sutherland feels blessed to live on her farm, in the country where she feels safe.

Learn how to choose the right mulch and how to apply it around landscape trees for optimum growth.

A small adult bird feeding a considerably larger chick is usually a sign of cowbird parasitism. Learn more about the cowbird's reproductive habits.

The best gifts of Judith Sutherland's childhood weren't gifts at all, but games played on the stage of her imagination.

Vernal pools provide the perfect conditions for amphibian reproduction and they are about to explode with life. Learn what to look for during late winter.

Ice-covered lakes and slippery ramps have the best crappie time on hold but one can put money on the early to mid-March action to begin.

Implement a more environmentally conscientious lawn care regimen and become a better steward of your land. Use these simple tips to get started.