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Plan Before You Plant

Gardening tips for beginners

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Spring Has Sprung

Get Out with these nature-centered events

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Page-turning Adventures

It’s still pretty chilly outside, so if you’re avoiding the cold, get your outdoor fix in another way: reading.

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Going Native

Traditionally, tens of millions of monarch butterflies have migrated to Mexico and other wintering sites to roost in the forest during the winter months.

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Nature Lover’s Gift Guide

If you’re looking for a gift for the outdoorsperson on your list this season, we’ve got you covered.

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Falling for Nature

Nature lovers everywhere are gearing up for the explosion of fall colors that is slowly taking over the Tennessee Valley.

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Recycling with Mother Nature

Tossing glass, plastic and cardboard into a recycling bin is simple enough, but what about an apple core, a banana peel or even those old coffee grounds?

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Lean, Green Killing Machines

When is the discovery of a single insect enough to quarantine a county and instill a sense of dread in local officials?

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Step Up to the Plate

Most of us can’t get a mile away from our driveways before spotting a specialty license plate sporting a picture of a cartoon puppy, breast cancer ribbon or an endangered bird in flight.

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River Life

Chattanooga’s rivers and streams are getting ready for their closeup in the upcoming film, Hidden Rivers of Southern Appalachia.

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Backyard Butterflies

Seeing butterflies flit around your garden makes it feel like your own colorful backyard paradise.

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Tree ID 101

The prospect of identifying trees can be overwhelming to say the least. Don’t give up before you even get started.

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Nature Exposed

Anyone who is willing to learn can take up nature photography as a hobby.

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True or False?

Things Grandma taught you about nature

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Planting seeds

for community garden success

Crabtree Farms offers a low-cost, day-long workshop each year that covers all the bases of starting and keeping a community garden

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