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COMMUNITY NEWS : FARM & GARDEN  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
This is a great year to start hunting grouse (09/21/2011)
by Jay Johnson

DNR hunting recruitment and retention coordinator

Ever hunted ruffed grouse?

If not, this is the year to start.

The tasty, fast-flying forest game bird is at high population lev ... 

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U of M report: Net worth of Minnesota farms grows (09/21/2011)

The average Minnesota farm is growing rapidly in terms of total assets and net worth, according to the 2010 FINBIN Report on Minnesota Farm Finances published by the University of Minnesota’s Center ... 

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Winona Soil & Water Conservation District Cover Crop program (09/21/2011)
The Winona Soil & Water Conservation District will once again be offering cost-share for landowners to plant cover crops within the Rush-Pine Creek Watershed in Winona County. This cover crop program ... 

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Producers can sign up for LIP program (02/02/2011)
Eligible producers who lose livestock due to adverse weather on or after January 1, 2011, and before October 1, 2011, can sign up for the Farm Service Agency’s (FSA) Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP). ... 

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From the Seasonal Kitchen (10/27/2010)
Not many of us have root cellars these days; even our garages tend to be heated. Root vegetables, though, are plentiful year round, and some of the supply will be locally grown. Since local produce  ... 

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From the Seasonal Kitchen (10/24/2010)
by Maria Faust

I never would have dreamed that squirrels had a thing or two to teach me about stocking the larder.

For years, my husband and I waged The Black Walnut Wars with those furry little f ... 

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From the Seasonal Kitchen (10/13/2010)
By Caroline van Schaik

I was living in Mali, West Africa when the cookbook, “Sundays at Moosewood Restaurant” was published. I knew this had occurred because the mother of another American there se ... 

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From the Seasonal Kitchen (09/26/2010)
by Emma Roth - Schwartz

Guess we have to admit it – there’s no way around it now. Summer is over. Yes, yes, I know, we’re not ready. This very odd summer didn’t really get started until it was t ... 

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From the Seasonal Kitchen (09/22/2010)
by Jenah Hensel

I think its really interesting what foods we decide to like or dislike. Maybe its because we live in a country that has such a diverse food history and such a large selection of fo ... 

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From the Seasonal Kitchen (09/12/2010)
by Jenni McHugh

When I was in sixth grade my mom wrote a backpacking cookbook (yes, there is such a thing!) called The Hungry Hiker’s Book of Good Cooking. She and her backpacking cronies loved go ... 

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