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4 Tips for a Natural, Bird-Friendly Yard

In 2017, about 117.6 million Americans did some kind of gardening. Clearly, a huge number of people enjoy the beauty of plants, and the same group of people likely cares about nature in general. Yet sometimes, we construct gardens and lawns purely based on what we think might look good and fail to consider other…

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7 Valuable Lessons Kids Can Learn from Hunting

In 2016, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Survey found that 40% of the population participates in fishing, hunting and wildlife activities. That percent totals to 101.6 million people! Despite these promising numbers, the hunting population specifically is decreasing. According to Outdoor Life, the U.S. lost 2.2 million hunters between 2011 and 2016 alone. This…

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7 Tips for Throwing the Perfect Outdoor Party This Fall

Fall is here, and you’re ready to embrace the pumpkin spice, the apple pie, and the orange all around. You’re so enthused, in fact, that you’re ready to throw an amazing fall-themed party for all your friends. Fall parties are a little harder to pull off than summer ones, but there’s no need to fret.…

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Planning a Fall Road Trip? Keep These Safe Travel Tips in Mind

Fall is coming, and anyone who’s ever taken a road trip during the crisp, autumn season knows just how incredible the sights, sounds, and smells can be. And while driving during the fall isn’t typically as dangerous as driving during winter conditions, it’s important to stay safe on the road, whether you’re traveling with your…

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From Large Farms to Small Gardens, Here Are Some Tips to Protect Your Crops

Agricultural production is one of the most important aspects of human life. For centuries, farmers, gardeners, and all kinds of agricultural producers have tended to their crops; allowing healthy and delicious foods to be shared across the world. Whether you’re overseeing a large-scale agricultural production farm or are simply planting a small garden in your…

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