You don't really need any additional incentive to visit northern Michigan's Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore area.
After nearly four months of work on Noah's Farm, I figured it's time for a little update on how the work is coming along, and unveil a few of the results of the work that's been completed.
Justified? Or a breach of social contract with hunters?
I created my own dual-perimeter fence to keep deer from my soybeans for less than $50.
Or maybe people like matches for nostalgia reasons. Whatever your fixation, here are three match tricks that will give you a boost when you’re down to your last box or book.
This time the anti-hunting organization is looking to effectively shut down hunting on public land by eliminating the use of lead-based ammunition.
More than three dozen volunteers had gathered an impressive pile of barbed-wire fence and paused for a few photos at the end of a long but productive day.
The soil PH isn't awful. It was about 5.8 last fall. What the ground lacks, however, is organic matter. And that's where the clover comes in.
The Open Country project season is about to kick off and the program's first-awarded grant funds will be put to good use.
knew going into this project that I'd need to find a way to protect those young plants while they're getting started. What I wasn't expecting was the price tag on commercial tree and shrub shelters. The conservation district was offering enclosures for $4 a pop. A Google search found plenty of options – most costing about $3 each before shipping.
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