An Edible Lawn


A surprising finding for some people is that there is a virtual supermarket living in your lawn. For centuries, Europeans collected food and herbs from lawn areas. Folklore tells us that at the shift in 18th century England, wealthy landowners chose not to eat the “commoner food” found in lawns, and shifted their lawn preferences […]

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July 14 Bass Series Terry Blankenship and Neal Ramsey

The Ohio Valley has been soaked with more than 40 inches of rain this year and Winton Lake was flooded for most of spring. However, July brought dry weather, meaning the lake is finally stable. Twenty-four teams of bass fisherman wreaked the benefits of that on July 14 at the Great Parks Bass Series tournament […]

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Downy Wood Mint

Bees, Please

All, From the Field

A plant’s need for pollinators is as essential as our need for air and sunshine. Without them, this world would look much different. Pollinators play a crucial role in the sustainability of our ecosystem as well as being significant to our survival. The real work horses of the pollinator world are bees! Bees are without […]

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