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Articles from Grit (January 1, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
'Arch de Triumph' wins Grit's woodstacking contest. 163
'Made it myself' lathe turns wood bowls. Reprint 232
A lakeside view. Murphy, Cindy Brief article 105
Adobe chicken house. Allen, Bonnie Letter to the editor 193
Backyard escape artists: whatever the type of livestock you keep, expect some to find fascination with the other side of the fence. Schleicher, Jerry 791
Barbecue at its best: taste the entries to Tennessee's Jack Daniel's World Championship invitational barbecue. Platus, Libby 585
Bees in the Burgh: Pittsburgh residents band together to keep bees. Krivyanski, J. Michael 806
Conference staves off winter gloom: Vermont's organic farmers association offers workshops and more. Perrino Choquette, Joy Conference news 744
Creamy comfort in mac 'n' cheese: community cook-off provides the opportunity for colleagues to show off culinary skills. Teller, Jean 1752
Deer control made easy: electric fencing design thwarts even the most determined garden grazers. Will, Oscar H., III 1178
Double duty seed-starting light stand: bookcase stores growlights year-round while adding shelves to your home. Long, Cheryl 780
Finding my place. Olivas, Omar Letter to the editor 227
Garter snakes for chickens. Boyd, Martha Letter to the editor 146
Go native in the garden: add indigenous plants for carefree and environmentally beneficial landscaping. Haapoja, Margaret A. 1836
Goats for fun & profit: learn about owning these independent and affectionate creatures from someone who's been there. Wallace, Janet Cover story 2497
Good things to know: from Farmers' Almanac[R]. 481
Grassfed beef. Stevens, Elizabeth Letter to the editor 221
Grow flax for health and profit: five-generation farm provides consumer with a healthy way to lower cholesterol. Blake, Florence C. 1021
Homemade bread the easy way: with an aroma to please any soul, freshly baked bread is the hallmark of a country kitchen. Picard, Jean Recipe 2397
Like clockwork. Letter to the editor 124
Loving Jonathans. Eklof, Paul Letter to the editor 130
Make your own maple syrup: tap a couple of trees and serve delicious, golden goodness on homemade pancakes. Nephew, Tim 1932
Metaphor menagerie: country cliches conceal nuggets of truth. Schlichenmeyer, Terri 669
Nature's hidden language: watching for signs of wildlife leads to amazing finds in the animal kingdom. Regan, Caleb D. 1578
New-style log skidder pulls easy. Reprint 231
Old-fashioned plow day: North Carolina event offers younger generation a chance to work a field with a team of horses. Campbell Smith, Donna 742
Put pleasure back in gardening. Miller, Robert H. Letter to the editor 524
Reveal ... a godmother, cactus seeds, ideas and recipes, friends, and a little old-fashioned country knowledge. 567
Slip sliding away: a few tips help cold-clime dwellers cope with the inevitable ice. Raymond, Toby 1279
Small-scale farming Hawaiian style: couple's new start is full of miracles. Platus, Libby 1092
The business of eating chicken. Will, Hank 571
The undercover revolution: tips to help extend your gardening efforts into all four seasons. Clotfelter, Susan 2111
Winchell the white goat: tiny creature weaves a spell over owner and their new country community. Taylor, Sharon K. 1111
You can save money with heating stoves: everything you need to know when considering a biomass system to heat your home or shop. Dunn, Carol S. 2176

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