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Local volunteers met from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. for a day of fun and goodwill now permitted under state reopening guidelines. Prior to Sunday, occasional service by bike park board members as well as a workday organized by Hancock Fire Academy and a Boy Scout troop on Oct. 10 had provided the only maintenance.

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To encourage beneficial insects and the health of your garden, allow shrubs to return to their natural shapes, let grass grow longer and permit a few weeds to flower, said Theresa Badurek, horticulture agent for Pinellas County. "Some of those volunteer weeds may be great wildflowers."

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When states legalize pot for all adults, long-standing medical marijuana programs take a big hit, in some cases losing more than half their registered patients in just a few years.

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Borax, or sodium borate, is a mineral used in everything from detergents to enamel—and it’s also one of the most affordable and natural ways to tackle summer problems like pests, weeds, and more. Here are 5 surprising uses for borax that you should try this summer.

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Weed, dig, prune, transplant, measure, cut, and harvest anything in your garden with this extra sharp, full-tang blade! Also great for campers and foragers. 

Bob Gruendyke and Chrissy Kruger-Gruendyke didn’t let the fact that they live in Milwaukee deter them from wanting a Southern California–style, modernist-inspired landscape. It’s true their yard spends much of the year under a blanket of snow, but these homeowners envisioned summer nights spent lounging around the fire pit roasting marshmallows in a clean-lined, no-fuss landscape. “We knew we needed to partner with a talented designer and project manager,” says Kruger-Gruendyke.

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SEATTLE (AP) — Thursday marks marijuana culture's high holiday, 4/20, when college students gather — at 4:20 p.m. — in clouds of smoke on campus quads and when pot shops in legal weed states thank their customers with discounts.

What an unappealing name! That is probably why so many of us know it simply as "wild onion" or 'allium'. Few of us bother to get sufficiently …