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The Annual SWCD Tree and Shrub Sale is here!

  The Annual Tree and Shrub Sale order form deadline was Friday, April 3.  The pick-up date was Thursday, April 23 and most of the extra species available were purchased at this time.  39 more words


Community Garden- Plots available now!!

It’s time to start planting!! If you are interested in cultivating a garden this year, but don’t have the space to do it at your own home, consider purchasing a plot in one of the many community gardens in Cortland County.  262 more words


Rabyd Opinion - Michigan's Proposal 1 - 2015 - This is More than Roads - Vote No!

I have held back until now to see which way the wind blows and despite the best efforts of people trying to put this forth as a ‘fix the roads’ bill, they seem to be losing almost roughly 3 to one if the latest polls are to believed.  1,239 more words


On Counting Blessings and Calories

I was a chubster growing up. When hubs sees pictures of me, he laughs, and so do I. What can I say? I enjoyed my after school snacks of Slurpees, Cheetos, and French Fries maybe a little too much (and no, not all in the same day). 1,089 more words

The Christian Life


The next Avengers movie is almost here and superheroes in film and on TV seem to be taking over.  As a person who sometimes still feels like a little kid at heart, I personally love it.   306 more words


Would Organic Work for Me?

Currently, organic corn is selling for about $12.50 a bushel, more than triple the cash price for regular corn. The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that organic sales have more than tripled between 2002 and 2010, and continue to climb. 582 more words

Healthy Soil

“The servant who knows the master’s will and does not get ready or does not do what the master wants will be beaten with many blows. 180 more words