Archive for May, 2015

Log Cabin Democrat Changes Up Staff – Arkansas Business Online

Sunday, May 31st, 2015
Log Cabin Democrat Changes Up Staff
Arkansas Business Online
In print news, there are some staff changes at the Log Cabin Democrat to report. Publisher Zach Ahrens said he has been pleased with recent adjustments in the newsroom that phased out the editor role as a standalone position. Daily readers of the

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My favourite painting: Patrick Gale

Sunday, May 31st, 2015

I first came across Emily Carr’s startling work while researching my latest novel, which is about homesteading in Edwardian Saskatchewan. There was a lot of wonderful landscape painting in Canada in the early 20th century, but much of it seems to …

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Diamonds ARE forever: Couple dismantling historic log cabin found ring lost 30 … – Daily Mail

Sunday, May 31st, 2015

Daily Mail
Diamonds ARE forever: Couple dismantling historic log cabin found ring lost 30
Daily Mail
The Watertown Daily Times reports that Roger Austin, and his wife, Carol Austin, are two of the workers helping to take apart the 465-square-foot log cabin in Lisbon, New York, and relocate it to the nearby St. Lawrence Power and Equipment Museum.
Diamond Ring Missing For 30 Years Located in Log Cabin The Kxot Gazette

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Diamond Ring Missing For 30 Years Located in Log Cabin – The Kxot Gazette

Sunday, May 31st, 2015

The Kxot Gazette
Diamond Ring Missing For 30 Years Located in Log Cabin
The Kxot Gazette
A diamond ring missing for around 30 years was found in the rubble of a 465-square-foot log cabin being dismantled to be relocated to a museum. Roger Austin, and his wife, Carol Austin, are two of the people today working to take apart the cabin in

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June calendar: Strawberries, brews, World Beat and more

Sunday, May 31st, 2015

(503) 365-3911, www.willametteartcenter.com. Mother Earth News Fair: Sustainable living event that features 200 hands-on workshops and demonstrations from experts on real food, organic gardening, homesteading, renewable energy, green building and …

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New census data suggests growth in startup agriculture enterprises – Greenwich Time

Sunday, May 31st, 2015

Greenwich Time
New census data suggests growth in startup agriculture enterprises
Greenwich Time
On Saturday, the Connecticut chapter of the Northeast Organic Farming Association is holding a sold-out workshop on "suburban homesteading" in Wallingford, where office manager Deb Legge grows food and raises chickens on a mini-farm totaling one-fifth …

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New census data suggests growth in startup agriculture enterprises – Danbury News Times

Sunday, May 31st, 2015

Danbury News Times
New census data suggests growth in startup agriculture enterprises
Danbury News Times
On Saturday, the Connecticut chapter of the Northeast Organic Farming Association is holding a sold-out workshop on "suburban homesteading" in Wallingford, where office manager Deb Legge grows food and raises chickens on a mini-farm totaling one-fifth …

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Empowered to grow – The Advocate

Sunday, May 31st, 2015

The Advocate
Empowered to grow
The Advocate
On Saturday, the Connecticut chapter of the Northeast Organic Farming Association is holding a sold-out workshop on "suburban homesteading" in Wallingford, where office manager Deb Legge grows food and raises chickens on a mini-farm totaling one fifth …

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Raffle will aid project to replicate 1887 log cabin – Buffalo News

Saturday, May 30th, 2015

Buffalo News
Raffle will aid project to replicate 1887 log cabin
Buffalo News
OLCOTT – A group of residents, spearheaded by Newfane Town Supervisor Timothy Horanburg, wants to bring a piece of local history back to life by replicating an 1887 log cabin which once stood in Krull Park. The group will hold a basket raffle on June

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Empowered to grow

Saturday, May 30th, 2015

Edible ecosystems On Saturday, the Connecticut chapter of the Northeast Organic Farming Association is holding a sold-out workshop on “suburban homesteading” in Wallingford, where office manager Deb Legge grows food and raises chickens on a mini-farm …

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