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  • 7 Big retail tricks that small town stores can use

    Small Biz Survival
    Becky McCray
    31 Aug 2015 | 4:09 am
    You don’t have to be the biggest retailer in the world to serve customers in ways that keep them coming back. Here are 7 ways to help customers stick with you. Photo: Monument Market, Georgetown, Texas. Photo by Becky McCray.   Giant retailers like Amazon serve customers with lots of tricks to keep them locked in. But small town retailers can borrow a few of these, and make them into ethical, helpful ways to keep customers coming back. 1. Give a lot of information about your products. Amazon listings usually have a lot of detail. Train your people to know and share a lot of detail.
  • Social media making rural CPC committees more efficient

    rural - Bing News
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:12 pm
    Just as many rural Chinese are no strangers to chatting and shopping on mobile gadgets today, Communist Party of China (CPC) officials in the countryside are exploring ways to do a better job with the technology. There are large parts of poor rural China ...
  • Rural Voices: Putting Lockhart on the Map

    Daily Yonder - Keep It Rural
    editor
    1 Sep 2015 | 1:24 am
    The Central Texas city lies strategically along a new toll road connecting San Antonio and Austin. Leader Frank Estrada hopes Lockhart and surrounding Caldwell County can take advantage of new transportation access to build a stronger local economy. Frank Estrada. Part of a series of interviews with rural leaders who will attend the 2015 National Rural Assembly, September 9-11 in Washington, D.C.If the National Rural Assembly awarded perfect-attendance stickers, Frank Estrada would have a gold star.The Lockhart, Texas, civic leader has attended each of the four previous Assemblies. And he…
  • Four Ways to Address Income Inequity on the Rural Great Plains

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    Guest Writer
    1 Sep 2015 | 2:46 pm
    This article is another in the series from Jon M. Bailey, a leading proponent of policy and research into rural family economic security. Jon served as a director of policy and research at the Center for Rural Affairs for years. You can reach him at jonmbailey1@gmail.com. In a previous article I discussed the existence of major income inequality on the rural Great Plains. Data show that rates of income inequality are high in rural counties of the Great Plains region, and generally significantly higher than urban areas of the region, particularly compared to suburban areas of the major cities…
  •  Blandin Broadband e-News August 2015: Funding deadlines, precision ag, CAF and prevailing wage

    Blandin on Broadband
    Ann Treacy
    1 Sep 2015 | 8:45 am
    Each month e-News provides updates from the Blandin on Broadband blog, Minnesota broadband news and event alerts to keep you abreast of the progress being made to increase the use of broadband based technologies to help our communities, residents and institutions to be more productive, efficient and competitive. News from the Blandin on Broadband Blog Minnesota Broadband Conference November 18-20 The Blandin Foundation and the Office of Broadband Development are working on the fall broadband conference, Better Together, to be held in Minneapolis on November 18-20. http://wp.me/p3if7-3dk…
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  • 7 Big retail tricks that small town stores can use

    Becky McCray
    31 Aug 2015 | 4:09 am
    You don’t have to be the biggest retailer in the world to serve customers in ways that keep them coming back. Here are 7 ways to help customers stick with you. Photo: Monument Market, Georgetown, Texas. Photo by Becky McCray.   Giant retailers like Amazon serve customers with lots of tricks to keep them locked in. But small town retailers can borrow a few of these, and make them into ethical, helpful ways to keep customers coming back. 1. Give a lot of information about your products. Amazon listings usually have a lot of detail. Train your people to know and share a lot of detail.
  • Get a handle on some good news in the Brag Basket

    Small Biz Survival
    28 Aug 2015 | 2:29 am
    I love old basket handles like these. Get a handle on your good news and share with us. Basket of apples photo (CC) by Renae Rude on Flickr   The Brag Basket is open! This one is for August 28-30, 2015. Bring your tasty good news to share with everyone. What can you do in the Brag Basket? introduce yourself share some great news from this week congratulate a friend applaud for each other confess your undying love for rural places How do you join in? Below this post is the comment section. Add your good news there. Reading this in your email? Hit reply. Don’t like to brag? Just share…
  • Workplace Safety: Get Your Team on Board

    Glenn Muske
    27 Aug 2015 | 8:06 am
    We know having a safe workplace is important. We know it’s a good business practice. We know it can save us money and maybe even save us from financial disaster. We know but do we always practice? And is it high priority? Moreover, have we instilled it into those working at our company, whether employees, volunteers or family? As we have trained those working at our facility, how high on the priority list have we put it? Why bring this up? You just answered yes to each of these questions. In your message you tell everyone it is important. But what happens in practice? A story – Had a…
  • Building Blocks model of community and economic development

    Small Biz Survival
    25 Aug 2015 | 4:16 am
    Guest post by Laura Girty “Get back to the basics.” How many times have you heard that? Sometimes the basics are the best place to start. In the late 1990’s under the helm of Executive Director Leo Presley, the Oklahoma Department of Commerce (ODOC) developed a model for community development that worked especially well for small towns and communities. It was the basics. It was spread throughout Oklahoma by ODOC Regional Directors taking it to every community in their regions and speaking at any opportunity to spread these basic and easy to understand community development ideas. They…
  • Tasty good news in the Brag Basket

    Becky McCray
    21 Aug 2015 | 4:34 am
    Tasty good news belongs in the Brag Basket. Photo (cc) by brianna.lehman on Flickr.   The Brag Basket is open! This one is for August 21-23, 2015. Bring your tasty good news to share with everyone. What can you do in the Brag Basket? introduce yourself share some great news from this week congratulate a friend applaud for each other confess your undying love for rural places How do you join in? Below this post is the comment section. Add your good news there. Reading this in your email? Hit reply. Don’t like to brag? Just share some good news for yourself or a friend. Just don’t…
 
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  • Social media making rural CPC committees more efficient

    1 Sep 2015 | 6:12 pm
    Just as many rural Chinese are no strangers to chatting and shopping on mobile gadgets today, Communist Party of China (CPC) officials in the countryside are exploring ways to do a better job with the technology. There are large parts of poor rural China ...
  • Trust looks to tap talent from rural areas

    1 Sep 2015 | 5:51 pm
    MYSURU: Krishik Sarvodaya Foundation (KSF), a charitable trust, has come up with several initiatives for the benefit of civil and other services aspirants who hail from rural areas. Along with coaching, its Mysuru branch is offering scholarships ...
  • In Arctic, Obama to glimpse life in rural Alaska where many toil in third-world conditions

    1 Sep 2015 | 5:46 pm
    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — It's a good bet that President Barack Obama will never use a honey bucket. The five-gallon drums serve as makeshift toilets in large swaths of rural Alaska, where residents empty the waste-filled buckets into nearby sewage lagoons.
  • India Post to take e-commerce to rural Tamil Nadu

    1 Sep 2015 | 5:36 pm
    mVikarsha Mobile Solutions signs MoU with Tamil Nadu circle of India Post to provide assisted e-commerce solutions via head post offices and sub-post offices E-commerce companies, including Flipkart.com, Myntra, Snapdal.com and Amazon.in, already have tie ...
  • Rural GP surgeries 'in crisis' say senior doctors

    1 Sep 2015 | 5:20 pm
    Senior doctors have told the BBC that GP surgeries in rural regions are in crisis as they say it is a struggle to recruit family doctors in remote areas. The doctors claim the way surgeries are funded favours practices in towns and cities, and the ...
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  • Rural Voices: Putting Lockhart on the Map

    editor
    1 Sep 2015 | 1:24 am
    The Central Texas city lies strategically along a new toll road connecting San Antonio and Austin. Leader Frank Estrada hopes Lockhart and surrounding Caldwell County can take advantage of new transportation access to build a stronger local economy. Frank Estrada. Part of a series of interviews with rural leaders who will attend the 2015 National Rural Assembly, September 9-11 in Washington, D.C.If the National Rural Assembly awarded perfect-attendance stickers, Frank Estrada would have a gold star.The Lockhart, Texas, civic leader has attended each of the four previous Assemblies. And he…
  • Building 'Real Prosperity for All'

    editor
    31 Aug 2015 | 6:09 am
    The Arizona Rural Policy Forum gathers leaders from around the state to share ideas and solutions. This year’s forum, the ninth, looked at stories of success, including efforts to build a recreation economy in the Verde Valley. Restoring the river has been a collaborative effort that could inspire other communities across the state, participants say. Lea Marquez-Peterson, director of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, talks about expanding business with Mexico at the Arizona Rural Policy Forum. The story of the Verde River cleanup in Arizona, which helped spur growth in the…
  • 10 Years Later, a Witness Remembers

    editor
    27 Aug 2015 | 11:21 pm
    A decade after hurricanes Katrina and Rita devastated the gulf coast, rural communities have retained their humanity, despite governmental abandonment. Imagine what they could have accomplished with more effective public and institutional support. Video directed by Joel Cohen/Semaphore Media and produced by the Center for Rural Strategies. It was a lousy time. The coast was wrecked. The houses were flung like match sticks and families were flung like houses, just farther. The institutions that we look to for help in disasters – the government, Red Cross, private foundations –…
  • Editor’s Note: Slow-Rate Rendezvous

    editor
    27 Aug 2015 | 7:11 am
    The only Zip codes in America that didn’t have accounts for the “have-an-affair” website are rural. Unfortunately, that probably tells us more about our technology than our morals. Because we lack dependable national data on broadband access, we may never know the answer to a pressing question:Are residents of Polvadera, New Mexico, less likely to try to cheat on their spouses than residents of Nikolai and Perryville, Alaska – or anywhere else, for that matter?All week long, data hounds have been poring over the AshleyMadison.com user data leak to find public figures…
  • No School on Monday -- or Any Monday

    editor
    26 Aug 2015 | 7:01 pm
    Can putting five days’ worth of instruction into four days of school help a district hold down costs? A rural school district in Missouri takes advantage of a state law giving it flexibility to rework its weekly schedule. A school-board member says the experiment is paying off. Photo by Vince Crunk Everton Elementary School in Everton, Missouri, gets a new roof. The school district covers five days' worth of instruction in four days as a way to contain transportation and utility costs. As the new school year begins, students across the country are gathering their supplies and lining…
 
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  • Four Ways to Address Income Inequity on the Rural Great Plains

    Guest Writer
    1 Sep 2015 | 2:46 pm
    This article is another in the series from Jon M. Bailey, a leading proponent of policy and research into rural family economic security. Jon served as a director of policy and research at the Center for Rural Affairs for years. You can reach him at jonmbailey1@gmail.com. In a previous article I discussed the existence of major income inequality on the rural Great Plains. Data show that rates of income inequality are high in rural counties of the Great Plains region, and generally significantly higher than urban areas of the region, particularly compared to suburban areas of the major cities…
  • Farm to School Profile: Fremont Community Learning Centers – Afterschool Programs

    Sandra Renner
    28 Aug 2015 | 11:42 am
    School Name: Fremont Community Learning Centers – Afterschool Programs         Washington Elementary         Linden Elementary         Milliken Park Elementary School Address: Main Street Education and Administration Center, 130 East 9th Street, Fremont, NE 68025 Number of Students: Total participating students among 3 schools = 260 How many schools are in your district? 10 school buildings Please list programs you participate in: After School snack program Summer Feeding program Name of farm or business used for local purchases: Nebraska Food Cooperative – this has…
  • Farm to School Profile: Lyons-Decatur Northeast Schools

    Sandra Renner
    28 Aug 2015 | 10:31 am
    School Name:  Lyons-Decatur Northeast     School Address:   PO Box 526  400 S. 5th Street, Lyons, NE  68038 Number of Students:  240 How many schools are in your district?  Lyons-Decatur Northeast is a pre-K through 12 school housed in 1 building. Who is on your school’s internal Farm to School team?  Head Cook, Business Manager Size of cafeteria staff:     # Full-Time Staff   2     # Part-Time Staff   1 Please list programs you participate in: National School Lunch Program, breakfast program Name of farm or business used for local purchases:  Price Farms Items/Foods…
  • Women's Business Centers Form a National Network to Serve Women

    Casey Francis
    27 Aug 2015 | 7:59 am
    The programs of Women’s Business Centers (WBC) are built around the goals of women entrepreneurs. WBCs help women succeed in business by providing business training, mentoring, and access to capital to nearly 200,000 entrepreneurs annually. The need and potential impact can’t be over stated. Women are projected to create over half of the 9.72 million small business jobs expected by 2018, according to Forbes. Whether a woman has decided to start a business, or has been in business for years, WBCs provide critical resources to help women entrepreneurs succeed.  The centers provide a safe…
  • Rural Nerds: Top 10 Research Countdown Continues

    Marie Powell
    27 Aug 2015 | 5:59 am
    This week our Top 10 Rural Research Reports countdown continues. In week two of our #tbt Throwback Thursday series, we focus on our first in-depth report on renewable energy and transmission. Turns out, it was the first of many, ongoing to this day. But let's not get ahead of ourselves. Drumroll. please, for number nine. #9 Connect the Dots: Transmission and Rural Communities by Johnathan Hladik, 2011 Connect the Dots was the first in a series of continuing reports examining the potential of renewable energy and transmission for small towns and rural communities. It looked at the aging…
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    Blandin on Broadband

  •  Blandin Broadband e-News August 2015: Funding deadlines, precision ag, CAF and prevailing wage

    Ann Treacy
    1 Sep 2015 | 8:45 am
    Each month e-News provides updates from the Blandin on Broadband blog, Minnesota broadband news and event alerts to keep you abreast of the progress being made to increase the use of broadband based technologies to help our communities, residents and institutions to be more productive, efficient and competitive. News from the Blandin on Broadband Blog Minnesota Broadband Conference November 18-20 The Blandin Foundation and the Office of Broadband Development are working on the fall broadband conference, Better Together, to be held in Minneapolis on November 18-20. http://wp.me/p3if7-3dk…
  • Senator Franken talks about broadband and telehealth in Brainerd

    Ann Treacy
    31 Aug 2015 | 7:13 am
    According to the Brainerd Dispatch, Senator Franken was in Brainerd last week talking with local leaders about broadband and telehealth in the area… Maureen Ideker, Director of Telehealth for Essentia Health, talked about how rural doctors use broadband for telemedicine, or health care conducted via phone, internet and video conferencing. For example, doctors can help detect congestive heart failure by having patients regularly weigh themselves and send in the results via the web, she said. If the data shows a weight gain of several pounds in just a few days, that could mean the…
  • E-Rate Program Update Breakfast Briefing: September 10

    Ann Treacy
    30 Aug 2015 | 11:35 am
    I think the Bar Association always does a nice job. I hope to attend and take notes… E-Rate Program Update Breakfast Briefing Thursday Sept 10. 8:15 to 9:15 AM//api-public.addthis.com/url/shares.json?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.mnbar.org%2FMeetings%2FMeeting%3FID%3D863&callback=_ate.cbs.sc_httpwwwmnbarorgmeetingsmeetingid8630 This event is Co-Sponsored by the Communications Law Section and the Minnesota Telecom Alliance. Ms. Shaffer and Mr. Freddoso will discuss recent updates to the federal E-Rate program. The FCC ‘s Second E-Rate Modernization Order provides additional flexibility…
  • Broadband and Minnesota Schools and Libraries: Talking points for policymakers

    Ann Treacy
    29 Aug 2015 | 9:31 am
    I want to thank METN for sharing their talking points for policymakers (2015) with me. It’s an instructive sheet on what’s going on with technology in the schools today. But also it’s a great example of how to provide information to legislators. It’s brief with easy statistics and it tells the stories of how the issue impacts constituents. Policymakers are expected to have a huge breadth of knowledge and generally are pretty quick studies. Technology is difficult for many people who aren’t steeped in it daily so the details can bog someone down but I think it’s very easy to…
  • Next Minnesota Broadband Task Force is September 10

    Ann Treacy
    28 Aug 2015 | 1:39 pm
    The next Minnesota Broadband Task Force meeting is Thursday September 10 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at DEED’s offices (James J. Hill Conference Room) in the 1st National Bank Building at 332 Minnesota Street in downtown St. Paul. The full agenda isn’t out yet. I will plan to attend and take notes as usual. I suspect they will start  digging into the reports that are due at the end of the year. I have heard that they will be discussing speed goals and will schedule time for a public comment period on what speed goals  other entities/individuals believe should be adopted as the goals in…
 
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  • Activist law firm says 141 counties have more voters than eligible residents, threatens to sue

    1 Sep 2015 | 10:38 am
    An Indiana-based law firm that pushes conservative causes, the Public Interest Legal Foundation, is threatening lawsuits against 141 U.S. counties that it says has more registered voters than residents who are eligible to vote, Joe Schoffstall reports for The Washington Free Beacon. (Associated Press photo)The PILF says the counties are not being accused of voter fraud, but are putting themselves in position to be victims of fraud, Schoffstall writes. J. Christian Adams, PILF's president and general counsel, said, “Corrupted voter rolls provide the perfect environment for voter…
  • PBS to rebroadcast 'The Civil War'; first episode looks at impact of slavery on war

    1 Sep 2015 | 10:38 am
    Supporters of the Confederate flag say it represents heritage, not hate, a claim disputed by Civil War historians. The flag has been at the heart of controversy since the June 17 murders of nine African Americans in a historic Charleston, S.C., church and the arrest of a white suspect with ties to hate crimes. Since the shootings, some have called for banning the flag, others have rallied behind it and disputes continue about what the flag means and how the Civil War is taught in classrooms in relation to slavery. (Slaves working in the sweet potato fields on the Hopkinson plantation,…
  • Rural companies that supply coal equipment feeling the crunch from loss of Appalachian coal jobs

    1 Sep 2015 | 10:38 am
    The loss of Appalachian coal jobs is not only affecting coal-mining towns but also the rural towns that supply coal equipment, John Miller reports for The Wall Street Journal. "As big coal miners struggle, their equipment suppliers—thousands of firms sprinkled throughout Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky—are scrambling to find new customers anywhere they can." (Journal photo by Jeff Swensen: Metalworkers at Brookville Equipment rebuild a streetcar)"The modern coal industry is heavily mechanized, and miners depend on a broad web of equipment makers and tool shops," Miller…
  • Vermont battling opiate addiction by offering offenders treatment instead of prosecution

    1 Sep 2015 | 10:38 am
    Vermont, one of the most rural states in the nation, is waging one of the most aggressive battles against opiates by offering "people who are picked up by police the choice of treatment instead of criminal prosecution," Elaine Povich reports for Stateline. Since making a January 2014 speech pledging to reduce opiate sales and use, Democratic Gov. Peter Shumlin has "signed bills and executive orders that included $6.7 million for a 'hub and spoke' treatment program of central facilities and small treatment outposts, a medication-assisted addiction therapy program, tougher sentences for drug…
  • Only 2% of farmland will be available to new farmers, USDA survey finds

    1 Sep 2015 | 10:38 am
    More families are creating trust investments to make sure farm land remains in the family, leaving less land for beginning farmers, Daniel Enoch reports for Agri-Pulse. A U.S. Department of Agriculture survey shows that about a 10 percent "of the 911 million farmland acres outside of Alaska and Hawaii—about 91.5 million acres—is slated for ownership transfer in the next five years, not including farmland that is in or expected to be put into wills."Landlords are expect to keep or put nearly 48 percent of these acres in trusts, Enoch writes. "Some 26 million acres are expected to be sold…
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  • Oh Crêpe! Is A Sweet And Savory Addition To Main Street -- Food Section -- News

    lisagreencreative@gmail.com
    26 Aug 2015 | 7:03 am
    By Katherine Abbott There’s a tendency to look askance when a new restaurant opens in a location that’s had a series of eateries come and go. Add in the factor of a town that’s valiantly striving to revitalize itself, and the doubt meter rises. But Oh Crêpe!, the newest incarnation in North Adams, Mass., may have found the ingredients to create a long-lasting fixture within one of the town’s anchors, the Berkshire Emporium, a two-floor, rambling antiques store in the middle of Main Street. And what’s not to like being surrounded by this wild and whimsical treasure trove? A wooden…
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  • Spencertown Festival Of Books Turns The Page On Ten Years -- Arts Section -- Books

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    25 Aug 2015 | 8:44 am
    David Highfill, Kimberly Rawson and Academy Board President Nick van Alstine at last year’s preview party. By Amy Krzanik Not just another used book sale, the Spencertown Festival of Books spans four days (September 4-7) and features award-winning and bestselling authors of fiction, history, memoir, food tomes, and young adult novels. It’s also a fine way to meet your neighbors – many of the featured speakers live right here in our area. The festival, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary, began as a way to raise funds for the Spencertown Academy Arts Center’s community arts…
  • Hats Off To The 25th Anniversary Of The Bidwell House -- Parties © Openings Section -- Parties

    lisagreencreative@gmail.com
    24 Aug 2015 | 5:32 pm
    Barbara Palmer reports from Monterey. Spectacular hats were part of the fun at the celebration and fundraising party for the 1700s Bidwell House Museum in Monterey on Saturday, August 15. More than 250 guests enjoyed the beautiful view of the Southern Berkshires from the party tent in the “Stone House” field, listening to the Easy Ridin’ Papas and tasting the fabulous creations of chef Kate Baldwin. The party honored the legacy of Joyce and Lew Scheffey and raised nearly $40,000 for the museum’s operating funds. Actor and part-time Monterey resident Marshall Messer, above left with…
  • ‘Panorama’ Makes For A Real Scene At Six Depot -- Parties © Openings Section -- Parties

    lisagreencreative@gmail.com
    23 Aug 2015 | 9:41 am
    Amy Krzanik reports from West Stockbridge. Every event at No. Six Depot Café draws an enthusiastic crowd, and the opening reception for the art exhibit Panorama on Saturday, August 22 was no different. Guest curators Sue and Phil Knoll and many of the 20 artists featured in the show chatted with gallerists, art lovers and friends over wine and coffee in the café’s gallery space. The Knolls, themselves artists, hand-picked an impressive array of work that includes paintings, works on paper, fiber art and sculpture. The show will be up until October 1 and can be seen during business hours.
 
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  • Yazoo Yam Yodels Yobbo Yuck-Yuck

    coozledad
    13 Aug 2015 | 6:40 am
    Lumpy capsule of wet starch Larry “Yazoo Yam” Yarborough, formerly known around these parts as “Swamp Tater” because I mistook him for a Louisianan as opposed to where he actually washed up from, the asswaters of America’s Least Educated state, has done took up a willow shoot dipped in the black alluvial mud of his ancestral bed (or more likely his ass) and wrote another thing. Larry don’t often write a thing, and when he writes one, you can see why. The straight letters come easy enough, but the curvy ones is tricky, and when you string them together you can get yourself a…
  • County of Republican dirtbags

    coozledad
    25 Jul 2015 | 8:08 am
    http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/feds-men-traveled-philippines-murder-hire-plot-32627788 The local Republican party is full of gutter scum like this. They can’t help it. Trashiness is in their blood.
  • Sandra Bland

    coozledad
    21 Jul 2015 | 8:26 pm
    There is a point where your country has ceased to be your country. I’m reminded of  the ways the law tonguefucks useless, ineducable white trash. http://abc11.com/news/dwi-charge-drop-raises-claims-of-preferential-treatment/768863/ And now we have this. http://gawker.com/officer-in-sandra-bland-traffic-stop-video-i-will-lig-1719402390 If this is what it takes to keep white garbage on top of the food chain, then white garbage isn’t worth the can.
  • Lacoste fuckbunnies

    coozledad
    20 Jun 2015 | 6:46 am
    Show me any sleek lime-shirted troglodyte who gets liquored up and does his whoring to beach music and I’ll show you a fucker who’s been in the company of a Republican judge. They may have intentionally or unintentionally swapped vesicle fluids at a beach or lake house while hopping from one leather skinned boffbunny to another in one of those weekend vodka shuffles. Could be they done run into one of their old Citadel buddies and had to drop trou and do the Mr. Peanut among the mosquitoes and sand fleas, too. It’s the same old same old across the whole of the buck-toothed…
  • Two Republicans with one shot

    coozledad
    5 Jun 2015 | 3:21 pm
    This is what happens when you involve the state party in covering for your lily white ass: http://abc11.com/news/i-team-person-county-commissioner-cleared-of-dwi-charge/768863/ Gentry was too old to serve another term anyway. Maybe the state bar will decide to retire him NOW. Next time, try not to aim at your own goddamn foot.
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  • Sister, Survivor: Finding Your Survivor Spirit

    Ayngel Boshemia
    29 Jul 2025 | 9:29 am
    The positive manual for abuse survivors  by  Ayngel "Boshemia" Overson After Post Traumatic Stress, comes Post Traumatic Growth... $15.00 If you are a sexual assault survivor, or domestic violence survivor childhood survivor of abuse, it is easy to feel alone. You aren't, at least 1 in 5 people suffer from abuse at some point in their life. Sexual abuse, physical
  • EBOOK Sister, Survivor: Finding Your Survivor Spirit

    Ayngel Boshemia
    12 Aug 2024 | 7:14 am
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  • Zombie love cute dolly stitched heart maully tees

    Ayngel Boshemia
    13 Aug 2014 | 6:26 am
    Being dead doesn't mean you can't be cute, just ask Maully. One of the "survivors" of the zombie apocalypse. $34.95 Maully is still a romantic at heart... she's no stranger to heartbreak but that's okay, she has experience in mending them. More color and size choices available at Zazzle.com. Keywords: zombie love, zombies, broken heart, zombie doll, heart, emo, goth, undead, crazy,
  • Zombie love cute dolly stitched heart maully sweatshirt

    Ayngel Boshemia
    13 Aug 2014 | 6:14 am
    Maully is no stranger to heartbreak but that's okay, she has some experience in mending them too. $26.95 Being dead doesn't mean you can't be cute, just ask Maully. One of the "survivors" of the zombie apocalypse, Maully is still a romantic at heart... More size and color options available at Zazzle.com. Keywords: zombie love, zombies, broken heart, zombie doll, heart, emo, goth, undead,
  • Zombie Love It's Yours Heart cute dolly button

    Ayngel Boshemia
    13 Aug 2014 | 5:58 am
    Maully the Lil' Freaque grasps her heart in her hands, saving it for the special someone. "It's yours" $3.75 Maully, cute zombie dolly holds her heart in her hands. Need more flair? Express yourself with Zazzle custom buttons. Choose from thousands of cool and colorful designs, customize, or make your own. Five sizes from 1.25"-6" in diameter. Printed on 100% Recycled Paper.
 
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  • Rise Up, Rise Up Hawaiian People

    Doug Masson
    27 Aug 2015 | 2:08 pm
    A buddy of mine forwarded a story by Rachel Crane and Claudia Morales, writing for CNN, entitled “Science and Religion Fight Over Hawaii’s Highest Point.” At issue is whether a huge telescope is going to get built on top of Mauna Kea. Whatever the final outcome for the telescope, some excellent Mauna Kea protest music has been made. See, e.g.: I became aware of the controversy when we visited Hawaii this past June. Generally speaking, Mauna Kea is up really, really high in an isolated pocket of the Pacific Ocean. Conditions for astronomy are, it’s my understanding,…
  • Hemp Field Day at Purdue

    Doug Masson
    26 Aug 2015 | 5:55 am
    Maureen Hayden, writing for CNHI, has an article that appeared in the Trib Star (again – just an awful website design – way too busy) entitled “Some have high hopes for Indiana hemp crop.” Hemp has apparently been illegal to grow since 1970 except that, in 2014, the federal government opened up the possibility of getting a waiver from the DEA to grow the crop for agricultural research. Purdue has obtained such a waiver and, yesterday, had a hemp field day. The ban is part of the War on (Some) Drugs even though the hemp in question has a very low THC content and is,…
  • Deliberate Indifference, Medical Malpractice, and Independent Judicial Research

    Doug Masson
    20 Aug 2015 | 6:14 am
    The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has a fascinating (to me) opinion that involves dueling visions of what sort of independent research by appellate court judges is appropriate in the context of a pro se claim of 8th Amendment cruel and unusual punishment due to inadequate medical care while in prison. (h/t Indiana Law Blog). Some background information: 1. Mostly judges are supposed to decide a case based on facts established through properly designated evidence. In the context of motions for summary judgment, the judge is supposed to resolve factual disputes in favor of the non-movant. Some…
  • Richmond Attorney Bob Burton Retiring

    Doug Masson
    19 Aug 2015 | 7:09 am
    Bill Engle, writing for the Palladium-Item, has a nice article about Richmond attorney, Bob Burton, retiring on August 31 after 50 years practicing law in Richmond. This one is of particular interest to me because I can’t tell you how much the Burtons meant to my childhood. His son, Matt, being my best friend, I was a permanent fixture in the Burton household in the 70s and 80s. Bob and the rest of the family were beyond kind to me. While I have to give my own family priority in terms of childhood influences, Bob and Kathy Burton come in as a not terribly distant second. So, it makes me…
  • Some Thoughts on Being a Concerned Citizen

    Doug Masson
    15 Aug 2015 | 7:23 am
    Between my former work as a legislative services attorney and my current work as a county attorney with some other government work thrown into the mix at various times, I’ve attended a lot of public meetings over the past 20 years. Like, really a lot. Mostly these are not attended by citizens and, for the most part, that’s more or less ok. There is a lot of routine business handled at these meetings by people who are good at what they do. For example, there’s really no call for John Q. Public to get involved with every drainage plan that gets reviewed when some business…
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  • August 15, 2015 – Standoff!

    highhopesgardens
    15 Aug 2015 | 5:40 pm
    Who has more patience? Up on top of telephone pole. At bottom of pole. Squirrel get antsy, takes a flying leap about five feet from the ground and makes it to a tree.
  • August 15, 2015 – Gus Sent Me

    highhopesgardens
    15 Aug 2015 | 11:17 am
    Had a chance to see the bro’s band this weekend. They played at the “Pallet Party” in North Oslo MN. The paryt has evolved over the years – from a bunch of marines getting together once a year, to a two day blowout with live music, lots of food, beverages, fires, and more. The band with namesake Gus – a black bulldog. Gus enjoying the limelight. The band was named following a wedding reception where the bride and groom could only afford a short list of open bar patrons, so the close friends and family who went to the bar and said “Gus sent me” got…
  • August 8, 2015 – Canoe Beauty!

    highhopesgardens
    8 Aug 2015 | 11:13 am
    A few years ago I “accidentally” found a wood strip canoe for sale on Craigslist. I was actually trying to sell a canoe, not buy one. But I found homemade this strip canoe that had been sitting in a shed for over 20 years, protected from weather and UV light. It was love at first sight. After a bit of rigamarole to get it licensed (many thanks to the mother of the owner for handling all the paperwork), we finally got it out on the water. It is a work of art – here is some of the detail inside the canoe. I think it would look great on a lake near a cabin someday!
  • August 1, 2015 – Goldfinch “Feeder”

    highhopesgardens
    3 Aug 2015 | 7:09 pm
    A sunflower popped up inches from the kitchen window. Mr. Goldfinch pulls seeds out of the sunflower and places them on the “table.” And then proceeds to get the meat out of the nuts. A great addition to doing the dishes!
  • July 21, 2015 – Prairie Strips

    highhopesgardens
    21 Jul 2015 | 10:16 am
    Last year, we replaced a few tired rows of raspberries with strips of native prairie. The general rule of thumb is that the new prairie plantings look pretty weedy and not very good looking the first few years. But true to form, there are signs of prairie plants peeking through the weeds – like this purple coneflower. And these coreopsis. and some silky prairie clover. and a bit of mountain mint. Later in the season, it will be interesting to see how the late-season grasses appear.
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  • Four Ways to Address Income Inequity on the Rural Great Plains

    Guest Writer
    1 Sep 2015 | 2:46 pm
    This article is another in the series from Jon M. Bailey, a leading proponent of policy and research into rural family economic security. Jon served as a director of policy and research at the Center for Rural Affairs for years. You can reach him at jonmbailey1@gmail.com. In a previous article I discussed the existence of major income inequality on the rural Great Plains. Data show that rates of income inequality are high in rural counties of the Great Plains region, and generally significantly higher than urban areas of the region, particularly compared to suburban areas of the major cities…
  • Farm to School Profile: Fremont Community Learning Centers – Afterschool Programs

    Sandra Renner
    28 Aug 2015 | 11:42 am
    School Name: Fremont Community Learning Centers – Afterschool Programs         Washington Elementary         Linden Elementary         Milliken Park Elementary School Address: Main Street Education and Administration Center, 130 East 9th Street, Fremont, NE 68025 Number of Students: Total participating students among 3 schools = 260 How many schools are in your district? 10 school buildings Please list programs you participate in: After School snack program Summer Feeding program Name of farm or business used for local purchases: Nebraska Food Cooperative – this has…
  • Farm to School Profile: Lyons-Decatur Northeast Schools

    Sandra Renner
    28 Aug 2015 | 10:31 am
    School Name:  Lyons-Decatur Northeast     School Address:   PO Box 526  400 S. 5th Street, Lyons, NE  68038 Number of Students:  240 How many schools are in your district?  Lyons-Decatur Northeast is a pre-K through 12 school housed in 1 building. Who is on your school’s internal Farm to School team?  Head Cook, Business Manager Size of cafeteria staff:     # Full-Time Staff   2     # Part-Time Staff   1 Please list programs you participate in: National School Lunch Program, breakfast program Name of farm or business used for local purchases:  Price Farms Items/Foods…
  • Women's Business Centers Form a National Network to Serve Women

    Casey Francis
    27 Aug 2015 | 7:59 am
    The programs of Women’s Business Centers (WBC) are built around the goals of women entrepreneurs. WBCs help women succeed in business by providing business training, mentoring, and access to capital to nearly 200,000 entrepreneurs annually. The need and potential impact can’t be over stated. Women are projected to create over half of the 9.72 million small business jobs expected by 2018, according to Forbes. Whether a woman has decided to start a business, or has been in business for years, WBCs provide critical resources to help women entrepreneurs succeed.  The centers provide a safe…
  • Rural Nerds: Top 10 Research Countdown Continues

    Marie Powell
    27 Aug 2015 | 5:59 am
    This week our Top 10 Rural Research Reports countdown continues. In week two of our #tbt Throwback Thursday series, we focus on our first in-depth report on renewable energy and transmission. Turns out, it was the first of many, ongoing to this day. But let's not get ahead of ourselves. Drumroll. please, for number nine. #9 Connect the Dots: Transmission and Rural Communities by Johnathan Hladik, 2011 Connect the Dots was the first in a series of continuing reports examining the potential of renewable energy and transmission for small towns and rural communities. It looked at the aging…
 
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    Bringing Home the Bacon

  • Snapshots on the Farm

    Holly Michael
    18 Aug 2015 | 5:42 pm
    Getting the pigs ready for our county fair includes nightly walks in the pasture.
  • And the Cow Said, "Hmmm"

    Holly Michael
    8 Jun 2015 | 2:17 pm
    Once upon a time these cows were very happy to stay in their new pasture lot and then this happened:Driving down the lane two nights ago...Me: This lot has been empty for a while, I am surprised the fence is still good enough to keep these cows in for the last week or so.Husband: Well, the fence isn't really that great. But they have stayed in there so far... Cows: HmmmmThe very next morning one heifer had escaped. This morning the other two were eating grass in the front yard.Farm wife tip: NEVER question the fence.
  • Snapshots on the Farm

    Holly Michael
    31 May 2015 | 3:09 pm
    Starting off summer with Ayrshire dairy females grazing in the lot by our driveway. Our family used to milk Ayrshires but we now just keep a few on hand for 4-H projects.
  • Who needs a haircut? Claude' is BACK!

    Holly Michael
    19 Apr 2015 | 8:13 am
    Ladies, hold on to your blinged out boots, international pig clipping man of mystery, Claude'**, is back in town just in time to lend his expertise in the lead-up to our annual pig auction. I can't believe its been five years since we first revealed our affiliation with Claude'. We had been trying to keep his participation in our pig grooming process a secret, but due to his fame and popularity, it was difficult to keep from including him here.Over the years, Claude' has been particularly camera shy.It's understandable, due to the enormous recognition he has in the pig grooming…
  • The World's Stupidest Cat

    Holly Michael
    22 Mar 2015 | 5:03 pm
    In case we have never met, I need to tell you up front that I hate cats. I. Hate. Cats.So the fact that I took a photo of a cat and actually posted it on this blog is monumental. That I will eventually use this cat as a metaphor is even more surprising.I'd like to introduce you to the world's stupidest cat. His/her (I haven't bothered to look) qualifications for this designation are many and include:- Thinking that I will pet it.- Thinking that I will feed it.- Thinking that I will love it or have any affection for it at all.- Thinking that I will let it in my home (at least on purpose).Here…
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    Wisconsin Office of Rural Health - Clinics

  • Community Paramedicine Stakeholder Forum II

    mlradtke
    6 Aug 2015 | 4:57 am
    To find similar items in the Library, click on the tags below.EMScommunity paramedicinereadmissionchronic illnessContent Type: Workshop/TrainingCategory: AccessChronic DiseaseEMSFinancesLegislative/PolicyPreventionPublic HealthQuality ImprovementRegulation/ReimbursementRural Provider AccessAuthor: kjacobsonAdditional Materials:  CP07-15 Medical Direction for Community Paramedics.pdf CP07-15 Case Scenario.pdf CP07-15 Minnesota Model.pdf CP07-15 Agenda.pdf CP07-15 Speaker Bios.pdfAudience: ClinicsCommunitiesEMSHospitalsMed ProvidersMental HealthPolicy MakersPublic…
  • What Works? Strategies to Improve Rural Health

    mlradtke
    9 Jul 2015 | 9:52 am
    Website URL: https://uwphi.pophealth.wisc.edu/programs/match/healthiest-state/what-works-rura...To find similar items in the Library, click on the tags below.community healthPublic Healthstrategiesdeterminants of healthContent Type: Report/StudyCategory: Public HealthAuthor: pblackAudience: ClinicsCommunitiesDental ProvidersEMSHospitalsMed ProvidersMental HealthPolicy MakersPublic HealthDescription: This report outlines key steps toward building healthy rural communities and identifies strategies with evidence of effectiveness in rural settings.   Project…
  • WI-ORH Fact Sheet

    mlradtke
    2 Jul 2015 | 4:39 am
    WI-ORH Fact Sheet06-15.pdf WI-ORH Fact Sheet06-15.pdf To find similar items in the Library, click on the tags below.Fact SheetWI-ORHContent Type: Report/StudyCategory: Community DevelopmentEducation/TrainingEMSFinancesLegislative/PolicyPerformance ImprovementPublic HealthQuality ImprovementRegulation/ReimbursementRural Health ClinicsRural Provider AccessAuthor: pblackAudience: ClinicsCommunitiesDental ProvidersEMSHospitalsMed ProvidersMental HealthPolicy MakersPublic HealthDescription: A brief description of WI-ORH programs and services.   Date: June 2015 Author:…
  • Access to Care in Rural Wisconsin Fact Sheet

    mlradtke
    2 Jul 2015 | 4:15 am
    Access to Care fact sheet06-15.pdf Access to Care fact sheet06-15.pdf To find similar items in the Library, click on the tags below.HPSAFact SheetContent Type: Data/StatisticsMapCategory: AccessAuthor: pblackAudience: ClinicsCommunitiesDental ProvidersEMSHospitalsMed ProvidersMental HealthPolicy MakersPublic HealthDescription: A quick look at access to care in Rural Wisconsin.   Date: June 2015 Author: Wisconsin Office of Rural Health  
  • Medication Safety: The Red Bag Program

    mlradtke
    26 Jun 2015 | 7:08 am
    Website URL: http://wisc.adobeconnect.com/p4ncr13ka0a/To find similar items in the Library, click on the tags below.Patient SafetyMedicationNursesContent Type: WebinarCategory: EMSQuality ImprovementSeniorsAuthor: kjacobsonAudience: ClinicsEMSHospitalsMed ProvidersDescription: An overview of Langlade Hospital’s Red Bag Program, a project to reduce medication errors.   Date: June 25, 2015 Organization: Wisconsin Office of Rural Health
 
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    Great Plains Communications Blog

  • Happy Labor Day from Great Plains Communications!

    GreatPlainsComm
    1 Sep 2015 | 1:00 pm
    The days are still warm, while the nights are starting to form a chill. There is just a bit more summer to be celebrated and the long Labor Day weekend invites you to do just that. No matter if you plan to travel with the family, grill out with friends or just relax in the fleeting Midwestern warmth, enjoy it. Great Plains Communications has teamed up with a few of our cable network channels to provide a little information on Labor Day, as well as some recipes and party tips to keep in mind this weekend.   Food Network: Beer Can Chicken on the Grill   Food Network: Smoky Black Bean…
  • What Windows 10 Means for You

    GreatPlainsComm
    27 Aug 2015 | 1:05 pm
    Windows 10 has been a buzzing topic since its public release one month ago. In just that short amount of time, Microsoft revealed that they have more than 75 million devices now running Windows 10, with 14 million of those downloads in the first 24 hours. These are big and shiny numbers, but what do they mean for you? Great Plains Communications wants to take a step back and explain just what Windows 10 is and what it could do for your PC or tablet. What is Windows 10? Windows 10 is a cross-platform operating system, and the updated version of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. Microsoft has planned…
  • Extra Time for your #GPCSummerSelfie

    GreatPlainsComm
    25 Aug 2015 | 12:47 pm
    School has started and the days are getting just a little bit shorter already, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make the most of the little bit of summer that’s left. There’s still time to get one more camping trip in, roast one more marshmallow, or head to the lake to catch one more fish. Great Plains Communications encourages you to extend your summer by extending the deadline on our #GPCSummerSelfie Contest to Friday, September 4. This is your last chance to show us how you summer by posting your best summer selfie. You could win a $250 Visa gift card and a selfie stick. Here’s…
  • New Technology on the Web

    GreatPlainsComm
    20 Aug 2015 | 12:58 pm
    The evolution of technology and the ways people are changing how it is integrated into daily routines is something to watch. The “Internet of Things” can be found in a multitude of gadgets now. Great Plains Communications has taken a look online and found some of our favorite new ways technology is being used.   The June Smart Oven It looks like an oven, works like a computer and thinks like a chef. June, a computerized oven created by co-founders Matt Van Horn and Nikhil Bhogal can not only recognize what type of food it is cooking, but once you download the app on your…
  • Back-to-School Ideas by Food Network & HGTV

    GreatPlainsComm
    18 Aug 2015 | 12:52 pm
    One box of colored pencils Two pink bevel erasers Four boxes of crayons Eight glue sticks These are just a few of the supplies on the list sent home with your kids as they start school. This time of the year is full of new routines and many new things. Great Plains Communications has teamed up with a couple of our cable television channels, the Food Network and HGTV, to bring you a few creative ideas on things like school lunches and organizers for all the new art supplies.   Giada’s School Lunch Ideas   Back-to-School Supply and Craft Storage with Dan Faires   We haven’t…
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    Homesteading Today

  • Why Briggs and Stratton Generators are the Best Thing Since Sliced Bread

    ghead
    29 Aug 2015 | 3:02 pm
    Briggs and Stratton Generators are very popular online and now serve as the alternative to other more expensive brands, as they’ve proven to be reliable and versatile. The company’s products can be divided into two general categories, portable and home standby generators. Regardless which you prefer, there’s bound to be one here that fits your […] The post Why Briggs and Stratton Generators are the Best Thing Since Sliced Bread appeared first on Homesteading Today.
  • How to Find the Best Price on Generac Generators

    ghead
    29 Aug 2015 | 1:15 pm
    If you look up best price on Generac Generators online, you might get disappointed as there’s not a lot of information available. That’s what this guide is for, to help you find the best price without compromising quality or features. At the same we’ll show how to choose the . Generac Generator Cost The cost […] The post How to Find the Best Price on Generac Generators appeared first on Homesteading Today.
  • Sharpen Your Life With Harley Davidson Knives

    ghead
    25 Jun 2015 | 9:29 am
    Harley Davidson Knife is one of the most popular knife in United States of America. It is not just a knife, but a superior quality, world class cutting tool with a high brand value. Harley Davidson has collaborated with Bench made to come up with the . Its state of the art design and cutting […] The post Sharpen Your Life With Harley Davidson Knives appeared first on Homesteading Today.
  • The In-Office and Work from Home Balance

    Alice Benny
    27 May 2015 | 10:45 am
    For many people, working from home is a dream come true. It means more flexibility in your schedule, fewer distractions while you power through projects, and less overall stress in life thanks to the peace and quiet of solitude. However, there are benefits to working in an office and being surrounded by coworkers, including the […] The post The In-Office and Work from Home Balance appeared first on Homesteading Today.
  • Westinghouse Portable Generator WH7500E Review

    ghead
    25 May 2015 | 7:07 am
    There are many good reasons why you may need a portable generator. They make a good backup for your home electricity especially in case of emergencies involving extreme weather. But you can also use them for a job site, for any outdoor party on your lawn, or when you want to go on a road […] The post Westinghouse Portable Generator WH7500E Review appeared first on Homesteading Today.
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    From Scratch Magazine

  • Sustainable Ag Con coming soon!

    Steven Jones
    31 Aug 2015 | 6:46 pm
    If you’re a fan of sustainable agriculture, then get ready for the annual Sustainable Agriculture Conference (SAC).Held in Durham, NC, this year, SAC features the latest in cutting edge farm innovations, focused on sustainable methods of productions.Covering everything from No-till farming, Bio-dynamics and more, the conference is a great time, with some of the greatest minds in Sustainable agriculture and some of the most passionate people in the country.This year’s line up features:66 Workshops in 2 incredible days, including a First Time Conference Attendee Program and…
  • Hardneck or softneck? What kind of garlic do you grow?

    Steven Jones
    28 Aug 2015 | 9:22 am
    Editor’s note: A version of this piece originally appeared on Sow True Seeds’ blog. Find out more about Sow True at the end of the piece.There are more than 400 members of the genus allium: Onions, shallots, leeks and everyone’s favorite, garlic.Did you know garlic was so prized in ancient Egypt that it was used as currency? Clay models of garlic bulbs were found in the tomb of Tutankhamen.The word garlic comes from the Old English garleac, meaning spear leek. For more than 6,000 years, this native of Central Asia has been a staple in Mediterranean cuisine and used as a…
  • Get ready to plant garlic!

    Steven Jones
    28 Aug 2015 | 6:27 am
    Editor’s note: This piece was originally published on the blog at Sow True Seeds. Find out more about the company at the end of the piece.As we round the corner into the late summer we begin to turn our minds and garden beds towards the future harvests of cooler months or the far horizon of next summer.  Garlic comes to mind as one of the most important plants that can be cultivated ‘in the space between’ our raucous garden seasons of high summer.Planted in fall, garlic overwinters in the ground, growing throughout the fall and then stopping growth until the spring commences. …
  • Holy Shiitake! How to grow mushrooms in your backyard

    Steven Jones
    28 Aug 2015 | 6:02 am
    Image taken from gardendelights-sc.comEditor’s note: This piece originally appeared in the April/May 2013 issue of From Scratch. Read that issue — and more like it — here. By Julie Thompson-AdolfI’m not much of a risk taker.It’s sad but true. I don’t plan to scale the highest summit or cage dive with sharks. But in the garden?Now, that’s a different story. I’ll plant varieties considered outside my USDA zone, push the envelope of sun verses shade recommendations, and squeeze just one more tomato plant into a bursting bed. Yep, I’m living on the edge, brandishing my…
  • Blogger Profile: Abundance Farms

    Steven Jones
    20 Aug 2015 | 7:08 pm
    Editor’s note: Regularly, From Scratch magazine tries to tell as many people as possible about the great bloggers and writers covering homesteading and sustainable living.As such, it is our pleasure to highlight Marissa Carabin of Abundance Farms. This piece originally appeared in the April/May 2013 issue of From Scratch. Read that issue — and more like it — here.Find out more about Abundance Farms here.Like this article? Buy us a cup of coffee! Find out more here.By Marissa CarabinAbundance Farms works on breeding exotic poultry and mammals in the big state of Texas.Some of our chicken…
 
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