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Articles from Mother Earth News (June 1, 2016)

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2 humble hints for cleaning mavens. Bart, Jonnie Brief article 135
2-for-l deal: greenhouse and garage. Powers, Debo Brief article 336
A driftwood bag dryer. Staciokas, Linden Brief article 180
Aging on the homestead. Garner, Rick Letter to the editor 158
An egg-cellent compost solution. Shank, Jeannie Brief article 215
An impressive passive solar home. Roberts, Kale 314
Are GMOs toxic? An interview with Genetic Engineer Thierry Vrain: as genetically modified organisms (GMOs) continue to enter the food chain, it's important for consumers to understand exactly how Roundup Ready crops--and the glyphosate sprayed on them--affect our health. Kincaid, Hannah Interview 1879
Bees, begone! Flottum, Kim 747
Beware the parsnip burn. Eliason, Susan Letter to the editor 106
Coming home to Mother. Will, Hank Editorial 454
Control weeds without chemicals: practice organic weed-control methods and watch your vegetable garden thrive. Pleasant, Barbara 1507
Culling can be careless. Roesch, Karl Letter to the editor 125
Custom DIY seed packets. Heft, Lucy Maiolini Brief article 161
DIY garden wash station. Flowers, Tammy Brief article 207
Feed your flock to boost omega-3s: three poultry management rules will help you provide healthful, omega-3-maximized eggs and meat for your family and your customers. Brockman, Terra; Brewer, Josh 1208
Great time at Texas fair. DeGroot, Lynda Letter to the editor 124
Green building blocks. Long, Cheryl Brief article 109
Hatch a natural beauty regimen. Langlois, Sarah Brief article 208
Homegrown baby food. Lilly, Janice Brief article 202
Inspired, affordable tiny homes that travel: these distinctive digs on wheels free homeowners from excess possessions and payments to appreciate time together and the potential of the next journey. Quillen, Kristi 536
It's never too early. Euclide, Bill Letter to the editor 122
Learn to fish: supplement your diet and have fun outdoors: local angling spots can deliver valuable protein to your table and memorable tales about the ones that didn't get away. Regan, Caleb D. 1499
Mother's wish list. 133
Notifications of pesticide applications. 510
Off-grid food preservation: with these methods and recipes, you can rely less on electricity and more on the processes of evaporation, fermentation, culturing, curing, and pickling to save and savor your harvest. Meredith, Leda 2505
Our natural swimming pool. Cook, Jason Letter to the editor 116
Peas & mint: a perfect pair in your kitchen and garden. Damrosch, Barbara Recipe 2128
Pesticide drift. Letter to the editor 390
Pulpit-worthy. Thorum, Richard Letter to the editor 101
Rise above the pests. Humiston, Julie Brief article 107
Salami science. Mullin, Russell Book review 106
Solar works solo. Spector, Alan Letter to the editor 185
The big bug hunt. Dore, Jeremy Brief article 172
The carbon market's role in combating climate change. Roberts, Kale 633
The latest strides in green car technology. Kaho, Todd 547
Timber framing basics. Crone, J.C. 502
Upcycled pallet projects for the home and garden. Martin, Rebecca 1466
We love our composting toilet. DiGirolamo, Janice Letter to the editor 115
What's right with sustainable ranching: by ignoring sustainable livestock producers--or, worse, by lumping them in with factory farms--anti-meat activists overlook the positive benefits animals bring to our bodies, farms, and land. Salatin, Joel 1300
Why recommend canola oil? Akin, Wendy Letter to the editor 195

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