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What Leap Year Means to Farmers

Happy Leap Year! Every four years the calendar awards us with one extra day in February. Of course, we understand that this is necessary to maintain our annual cycle to stay on track with seasons and other holidays, but did you know it had huge implications for farmers as well? As long as seasons stay …

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Beating the Winter Blues

We have officially entered the dark days of winter. The post-holiday and New Year excitement has worn off, and some days are harder than others to accomplish the basic tasks. It can be easy to let this time of year make you feel down or unproductive, but there are many ways to stay on track …

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Your Sign to Drink More Tea

Did you hear? Drinking tea is in! Whether you’re looking to switch off of coffee or just need a warm drink as the winter weather creeps in, there is a type of tea for everyone. In honor of January being National Tea Month, we’ve assembled a list of some of our favorite teas along with …

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Decluttering in the New Year

The New Year brings new beginnings and fresh starts. Though this can be more symbolic than literal, there are many small changes you can make every day to refresh your lifestyle. One way this can be accomplished is through decluttering your life, which can equate to more than one thing for each person. Decluttering is …

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