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March-April 2009 - Table of Contents

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Mad About Maple
Savor one of nature’s sweetest flavors with these maple-syrup dishes.  
by Jo Stewart

Blue-ribbon Baking
Fine-tune your baking skills and bring home the top prize from your county or state fair. More>>
by Lisa Kivirist

Annual Arrivals
A low-maintenance flower garden depends on self-sowing annuals. Learn about varieties, growing tips and more with this illustrated primer.
by Jessica Walliser

Chicks & the City
If you’re farmless in the city, learn how you can raise some of your own food by keeping chickens and goats in your backyard. 
by Cherie Langlois

Edible Eden
From beans and greens to pears
and paw paws, edible landscaping can add interest to your yard and your table. More>>
by Susan M. Brackney

Iron Woman
Follow one farm woman’s efforts to enter and conquer the male-dominated world of farm work and play, one power tool at a time.
by Cherie Langlois

Art Underfoot
Craft a future family heirloom by making a traditional canvas floor covering. 
by Rhoda Peacher

Creativity Contained
Don’t toss that old watering can, feed trough or work boot—recycle it into a unique plant container.
by Nancy Mann Jackson

Farmstead Fashionista
The terms "organic” and "natural” are no longer limited to grocery store shelves. Check out this season’s best eco-friendly fashions for men and women.
by Lisa Munniksma


Lessons Learned
Cherie Langlois

Country Fare 
Lynda King

Garden Grit
Susan M. Brackney

Garden Home Solutions
P. Allen Smith

Hands On
Monette Satterfield

Farm Fetishes
Mary Beth Temple

Home Clinic
Cheryl Morrison

Nature Calls
Linda Tagliaferro

Animal Talk
Audrey Pavia

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