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April

Minimizing the use of herbicides in ecological restorations

  Well, being hearty veterans of Minnesota’s volatile springs, we just have to laugh at our last April winter blast. Regardless, we are going...
24
March

Springing into Action

From a brutal polar vortex in November to a whiteout blizzard in April, winters in Minnesota seem to be more unpredictable than ever.  This...
24
February

Are Muskrats Friends or Foes?

Living with the Misbehaved and Maligned Muskrat Seasoned weekend warriors just know that a lawn or garden project will most often come along with...
3
April

Neonicotinoids: What they are and why they’re bad

It’s in the newspaper and on TV. Another link to why bee populations are in decline. Neonicotinoids are being talked about a lot today,...
7
March

How to be a Knowledgeable Plant Shopper

Before you know it, the snow will be melting and garden enthusiasts will be scurrying to get their gardens in full swing. The big...