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Articles from Grit (May 1, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
'Hare'itage rabbits: find the perfect historic breed for your patch of paradise. Kendall, Jennifer 1106
8 fresh ways to enjoy Zucchini: when you have plenty of this prolific summer squash, try a new recipe. Hawkes, Diane Recipe 1564
A spot of jam: recipes and canning turn fresh fruits into tasty jams and jellies that go perfectly with a slice of toast. Teller, Jean 2017
A tale of bulls & tea cakes: a plan thwarted, a bull on the rampage, and sweets to the rescue. Hudson, Sheila S. 1247
Assisting your soil: specialists at the Natural Resources Conservation Service can lend a hand. Buck, Paige 678
Beaver correction. Harris, Jason Letter to the editor 107
Bessie's loom. Klingerman, Mary R. Letter to the editor 349
Best days. Brief article 148
Bona fide country folk. Brunken, Andrea Letter to the editor 273
Breaking into a farmers' market: tips and tricks to make finding your niche easy. Arnold, Chris 2058
Bring on the sweet heat: find the pepper that's perfect for you. Murphy, Cindy 1277
CCD contributor. Burn, Lancy Letter to the editor 282
Cows love corn/sunflower silage. Reprint 256
Desert dairy products: look for a milk camel farm in your neighborhood soon. Groth, Tara Lynne 680
Do-it-yourself Pole Barns. Brief article 325
Featured comment. M., Anne Excerpt 108
Foraging for fun: feral fruit offers an unexpected bounty. Grisak, Amy 1892
From broccoli to business planning: what we learned at farm school. Spaude-Filipczak,Alison 1908
From the ethnobotanist. Davis-Hollander, Lawrence Blog entry 115
Give the gift that keeps on growing: plant a tree to celebrate special occasions, and receive a lifetime of warm feelings. Manterfield, Lisa 830
Grateful winner. Misiak, Kriste Letter to the editor 265
GRIT's guide to chippers & shredders: converting yard waste to valuable mulch is easy with the right tools. Will, Oscar H., III 1479
Grow! Your neighborhood: an Idaho organization, Gardeners for Regional Organic Wellbeing, aims to connect neighborhoods. Pavia, Jerry 348
Know your garden's enemies: meet 10 of the meanest weeds. Schleicher, Jerry 891
Late-spring weather outlook. 118
Mack hill farm. Richards, Lisa Blog entry 128
On "Planning for Animals on the Homestead" in another kind of drew. Blog entry 195
Plant some dreams. Newquist, Colleen 207
Raising domestic rabbits for the farm: these multipurpose lagomorphs require little and yield lots; an ideal quality for the small farmer. Rapp, Callene 1987
Rustic ramblings. 135
Sweepstakes. 104
The right thing. Hank 595
Unearth ... fiddle and mandolin information, vegetable seeds, foreign books, loved ones, and good old country folk. 584

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