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Linda J. Johnson, a member of the Online Team, grew up in Colorado where a love for the outdoors and things environmental was ingrained at a tender age. She has been with the Herald-Leader for 15 years.
- Sisters grow agricultural roots at family's alfalfa farmSisters Hannah and Holly Johnson didn't plan on being farmers, at least not now.Click to Continue » […]
- Living Smart: After the stormFor those whose homes have been damaged by storms, it's important they take action quickly to begin the remediation process before secondary damage occurs.Click to Continue » […]
- Diggin' In: Try these new plants to perk up your landscapeTired of ivy that claims too much of your yard, or boxwood that looks brown and dead inside?Click to Continue » […]
- Nature's ways of improving backyard gardeningYou might be working harder in the garden than you have to.Click to Continue » […]
- Pollen count apps for smartphones are nothing to sneeze atKate O'Reilly's spring allergy survival kit includes the usual stuff - nasal sprays, allergy pills and a box of tissues. This season, she's added a new weapon to her line…Click to Continue » […]
- New reasons to plant in a greenhouseCHARLOTTE, N.C. - Gardeners, if you've ever been tempted to give Mother Nature a little nudge, consider installing a greenhouse.Click to Continue » […]
- Do Your Part: Searching for the safest sunscreenOne of the best parts of the summer for me is hitting the lake with family and friends. I love relaxing on the water and feeling the sun on my…Click to Continue » […]
- Indoor pot production leaves giant carbon footprintMarijuana growing is not a green industry.Click to Continue » […]
- Lexington's third annual coop tour illustrates growing popularity of back-yard chickensHaving back-yard chickens sounds like great fun in the summertime when the birds are out eating bugs and skedaddling around the garden. But what happens when winter arrives and snow…Click to Continue » […]
- Grand Canyon wildlife event to honor memory of park biologistEric York was obsessed with the big cats - their health, temperaments and survival rates amid the park's annual tourist invasion.Click to Continue » […]