In warm weather you can get away with throwing a few beverages, sandwiches and dips in a cooler and heading out to the parking lot. But, when the weather gets cold, you absolutely must plan ahead. Follow these tips to ensure you’re prepared to tailgate and enjoy the game even in cold temperatures: A hat […]

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Now that all of the tools have been winterized and stored for the season, you may look at your yard and long for the days of lush green grass, but you can continue to use your yard space with some of our favorite outdoor winter activities. Build an ice rink. There are many thrifty DIY […]

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Drought is usually a summertime issue. We’re used to the idea of a dry summer—some areas of the U.S. sadly more than others. But what happens when the drought continues through fall and winter, or the usual precipitation just never shows up? Winter, with its cooler temperatures and shorter days, tends to slow plant growth […]

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Halloween occurs during corn stalk, hay bail and pumpkin patch season. The increased Fall yard decorations take some time to prepare, so follow our tips to make sure it’s safe for visiting friends and trick-or-treaters. Here are 5 tips for Halloween preparation: Clear sidewalk and driveway debris with a leaf blower and broom. Tidy the […]

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