Plans made over the holidays often involve finding a new home. Real estate agents are surprised when I bring a compass along while house hunting.
Today is the last day of fall. In many households, this means there is also a last batch of tree leaves and pine straw to remove from grass and various other areas.
Oso, Wash., is a quiet farm community of about 180 people, located 60 miles northeast of Seattle. Pretty green valleys alternate with mountain slopes that are covered with pine, fir and cedar trees.
Early-morning frost is here. If you haven't done anything yet to protect your outdoor plumbing, it's probably time to do so.
In this age of supermarkets, many young people don't see the connection between topsoil and food.
Fall colors are still plentiful.
As the dark hours of the day keep growing, the car battery becomes increasingly important, because it needs to start a cold engine in the morning.
The term "global warming" is slowly fading as it becomes clearer that "climatic change" is more accurate.
As Christmas season draws closer, meteorologists announce that El Niño, the other "Christmas boy," is strengthening in the Pacific.
"Do they use river water or groundwater for irrigation?" a student in my continuous education class asked last week.
Members of Brenau University's garden club were receiving instruction from Master Gardener intern Andrew Linker last week.
The past two weeks brought some truly unprecedented rain events to the Southeast.
From now on, it often gets chilly enough to require some heat in the house.
Based on the typical weather in North Georgia, we'll experience about a month of dry and mostly sunny weather this fall. After that comes the much wetter winter, bringing mostly rain and possibly frozen precipitation.
Summer is over, yet hurricane season is not. But 2015 has been in stark contrast to the stormy summer and fall of 10 years ago.
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Everyone has heard of Beijing, China. With more than 11 million residents, the city stands out even among the other world capitals.
The double-hit earthquake that struck the city of Kumamoto in Japan last week was some 1,000 miles away from the infamous 2011 Miyagi earthquake ...
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