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Growing Swiss chard and trying new vegetables in the kitchen.

Three Sisters Gardening
Learn about the growing method that Native Americans used for centuries.




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Granddaughter Cherished Homemade Cane Pole

A reader shares the story of her grandfather teaching her to fish and giving her with a homemade cane pole.
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