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Housing Vouchers Don't Keep Up With Rising Rents

In counties where rents are rising fastest, fewer and fewer rental listings are affordable to renters with Housing Choice Vouchers

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How to Rescue Your Fescue Lawn

Fall is the best time to renovate and invigorate your fescue lawn. Aeration and compost topdressing are two cultural practices that provide multiple benefits for your fescue lawn. One of the most beneficial things you can do for your fescue lawn this time of year is “core aeration.” Core aeration removes plugs of soil ¾ […]

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Tips for Attracting Late Season Butterflies

September is a peak time for butterflies, especially after last winter, which seems to have decimated spring and summer butterfly numbers in our area. Butterflies are almost guaranteed to linger in your garden into autumn and even winter if their larval (caterpillar) food plants are available. Monarchs are one of the butterflies usually seen late […]

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Spiders Are A Gardener’s Friend

Maybe it’s because my name is Charlotte and I grew up on a farm, but I have always had an affinity for spiders. I realize not everyone shares this attraction, but here is some news that may help you tolerate them. Spiders are the most important and abundant predator of insect pests in most yards. […]

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