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Journey into the wild

October 20, 2013 JEFF TOME Special to the OBSERVER Backpacking. Everyone has a different take on it. more »»

Spending too much on purpose

October 13, 2013 JENNIFER SCHLICK Special to the OBSERVER I have a hand-thrown salad bowl that never fails to draw compliments when I use it at dinner parties. more »»

Doing more with less

October 6, 2013 M.L. WELLS Special to the OBSERVER Part III In the past two articles I went over soil health and depth as well as extending the growing season and interplantin. more »»

Happy hobby season

October 6, 2013 SARAH HATFIELD Special to the OBSERVER Winter is hobby time. The days get shorter; the nights longer. The weather turns chilly and the desire for cozy increases. more »»

A fall gardening program

September 29, 2013 The Master Gardeners of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Allegany County invite you to attend an evening gardening program open to the public, where they will present a program of timely gardening... more »»

Saving a seed

September 29, 2013 JACK PULPIT Special to the OBSERVER Summer is ending and our garden produce is almost at its peak. You may be busy with freezing, canning, drying, or just plain cooking and eating your bounty. more »»

Beautifying the world

September 29, 2013 JEFF TOME Special to the OBSERVER Many things out there that make the world a better plac. more »»

Doing more with less

September 22, 2013 M.L. WELLS Special to the OBSERVER Part II - Last week we talked about increasing the depth of our garden soil to improve yields while using less actual space in the garden. more »»

Doing more with less

September 22, 2013 M.L. WELLS Special to the OBSERVER Part II - Last week we talked about increasing the depth of our garden soil to improve yields while using less actual space in the garden. more »»

An enchanted forest

September 22, 2013 KATIE FINCH Special to the OBSERVER I saw a mouse in the kitchen the other day. Out from underneath a cookie sheet cooling on the stove popped a little furry hea. more »»

Enjoying the natural of nature

September 15, 2013 SARAH HATFIELD Special to the OBSERVER I am drawn to natural things. That sounds like a silly thing to say, for a naturalist at least. Obviously I would be drawn to natural things. more »»

Doing more with less

September 15, 2013 M.L. WELLS Special to the OBSERVER The years roll on and the garden grows-in size. There comes a time when it is prudent to reverse the process. more »»

Visit the elk with Audubon

September 8, 2013 JENNIFER SCHLICK Special to the OBSERVER Every Discovery Walk at Audubon includes a visit with Liberty, our non-releasable Bald Eagle. The children are always fascinated by her and full of questions. more »»

Greedy Gardener’s Anxiety

September 8, 2013 LINNA ROEMER Special to the OBSERVER When I was a 5th-grade student in elementary school, our class was given a peach tree to grow. more »»

River cleanups

September 1, 2013 KATIE FINCH Special to the OBSERVER With gloves and old clothes, I arrived with others around 8:00 a.m. at Buckaloons campground south of Warren, P. more »»

Building a compost bin: hands on!

September 1, 2013 CHESTER S. GALLE Special to the OBSERVER Have you been thinking of building a compost bin for your garden? There are different styles of compost bins. more »»

Hiking with grandchildren: what could possibly go wrong?

August 25, 2013 By ERNIE ALLISON Special to the OBSERVER My father always had a firm belief that nothing provides better family bonding time than communing with the great outdoors. I tend to agre. more »»

Celebrating monarch butterflies

August 18, 2013 JEFF TOME Special to the OBSERVER Monarch Butterflies are one of the most recognized and least seen butterflies of the year. more »»

The gypsy moth - fall control

August 18, 2013 RICK MARTIN Special to the OBSERVER The Gypsy Moth was originally brought from Europe by Leopold Trouvelot to the United States in 1869 in an effort to improve the silkworm industry. more »»

 
 

 

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