As you flip though seed catalogs this time of year your mouth begins to water at the promise of sweet vine-ripened tomatoes, crisp cucumbers and succulent ripe melons.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission and the National Wild Turkey Federation are offering 17 free turkey hunting seminars across North Carolina in March and April in anticipation of the upcoming spring turkey season.
A research study conducted by Dr. Haviland-Jones, professor of psychology at Rutgers University came up with the following conclusion “no other item besides flowers...evokes such positive feelings and perceptions for both the giver and the recipient.”
A century ago celebrated poet Robert Frost published “Mending Wall” in which he penned “good fences make good neighbors”.
Pitting insect against insect, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission released predator beetles last month on the Sandy Mush Game Land to combat the devastating effects of the hemlock woolly adelgid on hemlock trees.
This holiday season, $28.94 is the going price at box stores for a decorative plastic container filled with fresh-cut festive greenery. If you have a pair of hand pruners, can spot an evergreen and own a basket or any type of flat bottomed container you have all you need to create the same beautiful display absolutely FREE!